Living on campus is an integral part of the college experience. Prospective students evaluate the condition of campus facilities when choosing higher education options. Dorm life should translate into comfortable living, and campuses that fail to deliver run the risk of declining enrollment and overall dissatisfaction from students.
Grogan Hall, a 165-room, 75,000-sq-ft dormitory at University of North Carolina – Greensboro (UNCG), was not meeting student’s expectations. In addition to aesthetic updates, the building needed various mechanical updates including replacing outdated HVAC systems.