W.M. Jordan Company is providing construction management at risk services to American Campus Communities (ACC) for a new 12-story residence hall at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Celebrating the College of William and Mary’s long tradition of supporting campus fraternal organizations, the new Fraternity Housing complex features eleven new brick homes with three different floor plans appropriately scaled to the size of each chapter.
W.M. Jordan Company teamed with Page Southerland Page to design and build a 125-bed residence hall, 100-seat dining venue, and common areas that support and enhance the mission of the Smithsonian-Mason Conservation Studies Program.
W.M. Jordan Company and Clark Nexsen Architecture and Engineering provided Design-Build services to replace aging student housing on the University of Virginia’s grounds in Charlottesville, Virginia.
W.M. Jordan Company provided construction management at risk services for twin residence halls on the Longwood University campus.
Home to two living-learning communities designed to develop leaders and entrepreneurs, the Grace and Broad Residence Center offers a Living-Learning Community for 396 students.
The Center for the Sciences houses Radford University’s Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, Anthropological Sciences, and the Forensic Science Institute.
W.M. Jordan Company worked with Blue Ridge Community College on their first construction management at-risk project to expand the Houff Student Center.
VCU’s transformed James Branch Cabell Library provides flexible workspace with 90% of its square footage devoted to study space and student use rather than housing books.