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SNHU’s Kingston Hall Recognized at AIANH Excellence in Design Awards

TFMoran Senior Structural Engineers, Tom Lamb, PE and Kyle Roy, PE represented TFMoran at the American Institute of Architects New Hampshire 35th Annual Excellence in Design Award Ceremony on Thursday, March 28, 2019. The design awards recognize some of the best architectural designs of the year. The award ceremony was hosted at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester.

This year, Kingston Hall was recognized for a Citation Award for Excellence in Architectural Design – Commercial. TFMoran provided survey, permitting, civil/site engineering, and landscape architecture for the 5-story, 382-bed dormitory at Southern New Hampshire University. The 114,775 sf building is located on the west side of the campus in Hooksett, NH. Congratulations to Lavallee Brensinger Architects, of Manchester, NH and Mackey Mitchell of St. Louis, MO who provided the architecture for the project, and to general contractor  Whiting Turner of Framingham, MA.

Congratulations to all the award-recipients!

From the AIANH website:

CITATION AWARD: Excellence in Architectural Design – Commercial
Kingston Hall
Lavallee Brensinger Architects
General Contractor: 
Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Southern New Hampshire University’s Kingston Hall is a 382-bed residence hall.  The new residence hall replaces three of the University’s aged buildings with one, student-centric living, learning environment. To enhance the first- and second-year student experience and encourage socialization, residential wings are organized in 16 and 20-bed pods which include shared bathrooms and living rooms. The first floor is open to the greater campus community providing an array of amenities including: game room, private and public study spaces, computer lab, outdoor patio, and multi-purpose classroom. The residence hall has an open-style kitchen area where students can convene, make meals together, and connect with their peers. All design decisions focused on the SNHU’s goal of facilitating a sense of belonging and making the college life transition successful for the individual student. The building is targeting LEED Silver.

To view all the 2019 AIANH Design Award projects click this link.
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