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Adohi Residence Hall - University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR
  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • No. Of Stories

    6

  • Sq. footage

    200,000

Adohi Hall at the University of Arkansas was the first large-scale mass timber student housing facility constructed in the U.S. A bold demonstration of sustainability, the 708-bed complex includes three main volumes, linked together to create a serpentine form set into a sloped site. Buildings A and B include five stories of mass timber—a cross-laminated timber floor and ceiling system supported by glulam columns and beams—over a concrete podium and partial basement. Building C is a one-story volume linking the two residential buildings.

  • Construction Cost:

    $67 Million

  • Construction Type:

    III-B

  • Building Type:

    Student Housing

  • Material Types:

    Mass Timber, Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT), Hybrid (wood with steel or concrete)

Companies Involved:
  • Leers Weinzapfel Associates

    Design Architect

  • Mackey Mitchell Architects

    Student Housing Architect

  • MODUS Studio

    Architect of Record

  • Equilibrium Consulting

    Structural Engineering, Mass Timber

  • Engineering Consultants, Inc.

    Structural Engineer, Concrete

  • Nabholz Construction

    Construction Manager

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