The Honors Residential College at Hume Hall has a total capacity of 590 beds. Designed as a residentially-based academic community, the new facility integrates the housing needs of Honors residents with facilities, staff, and programs in support of the Honors Program. The Honors Residential College at Hume Hall is the first facility in the U.S. designed and constructed specifically in support of a residential college concept. The original Hume Hall was razed to make way for this new facility. This project for the University of Florida consisted of site development and the construction of two four/five story structures to provide roughly 153,100 GSF of single, suite, and apartment unit residential housing space, plus a 10,000 GSF commons building for management and general student activities. Moses Engineering services included HVAC (4-pipe fan coil units, 100% outdoor air ventilation units w/heat pipes, CHW and HHW); electrical (power, emergency power, lighting, phone/data, CATV, security, fire alarm, lightning protection), plumbing (water, gas, sanitary sewer); fire protection (full sprinklers); and site work (electrical power, landscape & parking lot lighting), steam & condensate, telecom/data, gas & fire protection).
OwnerUniversity of Florida
Project Size$17.65 Million