Worth Hills Village Marion Hall & Pamela and Edward Clark Hall
Texas Christian University
The new Worth Hills Village at Texas Christian University was created as a direct response to increasing demand for on-campus housing and a need for modern housing to accommodate TCU’s active Greek life. Consisting of three upper division residence halls, a multipurpose building with a dining hall and a future Greek Village with 11 chapter houses for 25 fraternity and sorority chapters, the $150 million complex will provide over 1,300 new beds for the University.
Wallace Engineering provided structural engineering services for a multiphased expansion of on-campus living. The first phase included two new residential halls, Marion Hall & Pamela and Edward Clark Hall that house more than 400 sophomores in suite-style units. Amenities of the residence halls include a campus phone installed on each floor, more common space and self-serving ice machines.
This project is LEED Gold certified.
Photos: ©Melissa Lukenbaugh Photography