Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Renovation – Kansas State University (KSU)

  • Manhattan, KS
  • Education
  • Lodging
  • Renovation

Interior renovation to a portion the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity house including new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.  Exterior work includes brick restoration, painting, and a complete remodel of the built-in gutter system.  The original building was built in 1907 as a YMCA building, then became St. Mary’s Hospital, and finally the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity House.  The building is registered with the Kansas State Historical Society as a Classical Revival Style Structure.  Over the years there have been several additions and renovations to both the interior and exterior of the building.

The Law Company received an Award of Excellence from the Associated General Contractors of Kansas Chapter for this project.

The Law Company received an Honor Award for Excellence from Kansas Preservation Alliance for Historic Restoration for this project.