The House Corporation, owner of the sorority house, approached DLHC Development Corporation requesting help in their efforts to remodel the interior along with creating a new exterior for their “dated” facility. House Corporation requirements focused on working with-in limited budget constraints while quickly designing, permitting, and completing the necessary construction work. The construction work could only be performed during a 75 day summer period while school was not in session, and the home was vacant. Under guidance from the staff at DLHC Development Corporation, all the House Corporation’s objectives were accomplished during the summer of 03.
The project’s success resulted in the selection of DLHC Development to move forward on a 9,000 SF second phase of additional construction, including dorm rooms, total site re-development, and a commercial kitchen in an astonishing 120 days during the late Spring of 2004.