Andrew P Kulp, AIA
Architecture Portfolio

Clements Hall Dormitory
Troy University
Troy, AL

Elevation Before

    The goal of this project was to take one of Troy State University's most run-down and outdated dormitories and renovate it into the central model for future on-campus housing. The interior of the building was gutted, removing gang restrooms and showers, and providing new state-of-the-art suites. Additionally, the original modern exterior that added nothing to the campus feel was renovated to provide a more residential feel. The new sloped roof also provided an attic space for HVAC equipment, including an energy recovery unit.
    The finishes and details of this renovation were also carefully selected, based on a long-standing relationship with the University, to provide minimal long-term maintenance. The primary example being cultured marble window sills, lavatories, and shower units.