Livingston Alexander House


Client Name: University of Pittsburgh
Location: Bradford, PA
Delivery Method: CM at Risk
Cost: $17 million
Completion Date: June 2018
Architects: MacLachlan Cornelius & Filoni, Inc.


PJ Dick provided CM at risk services for a new freshman-only residence hall for the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford. The $17 million, three-story building will house 170 students in double rooms within a section of 24-36 students. This enables each section to have its own special programming and give students opportunities to learn outside the classroom. Each section has men’s and women’s bathrooms with private showers and toilets. In addition, several lounges on each floor accommodate various numbers of students from two large common areas, to smaller group study and presentation rooms and small individual study rooms. A community lounge and a fitness area are located in the center of the second and third floors, giving students many opportunities to socialize. Livingston Alexander House is fully ADA accessible; it is also the first LEED building on the Bradford campus.



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