RENOVATION WORK HAS BEGUN
The effort to bring 635 North 16th Street up to code and restore luster to our historic 88-year old home has made important strides. A team has assessed needs, toured other renovated fraternities, made fundraising progress and initiated work.
Renovation efforts are refreshing the time-worn House inside and out. The project will modernize rooms and study areas, refurbish bathrooms, and landscaping and high speed internet service at the same time it brings the House up to all safety standards.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED
SAE alums joining in on the effort include architects and professional project managers. Great effort has been given to balance quality and cost to maximize giving dollars.
Work to date includes a mock up room designed and built on the 2nd floor in the space where the old bathroom and room 202 was. In addition, the exterior of the House was painted. Over the semester break, a new 100-year roof will be put on. Interior construction will begin the day after the spring 2017 semester ends. Learn more here.