Renaissance Hall is an 82,000 sf, three-story, 336-bed student housing facility, designed as a state-of-the art living and learning facility. This project was designed and constructed in fifteen months.
University stakeholders desired a facility that would be a model for environmental stewardship and sustainable design, as well as a benchmark for future buildings constructed on campus. The building includes a ground source geothermal systems, superior insulated building envelope, high performance glazing, reflective TPO and high efficiency mechanical, electrical and plumbing fixtures to reduce energy use and enhance building performance. In 2014, this building was recognized as one of the most energy efficient buildings in the UNC System. Watch Rudy Cardenas discuss working with SfL+a! – Link video testimonial.
- 2014 – LEED Silver Certified
- Construction Professionals Network of North Carolina Star Award – 2013 Best Project under $20 million
- ABC Carolina – 2013 Excellence in Construction
- 2012 – USGBC Charlotte Chapter: Sustainable Business Award, Residential Building and Design