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Wofford College Jerome Johnson Richardson Hall

Wofford College Jerome Johnson Richardson Hall is a new residence hall primarily for the freshman class. The 55,000 SF, three-story building includes dorm rooms on the first and second floors for a total of 150 beds. Most of the residence hall includes double occupancy rooms with shared hall bathrooms. There are also six, single occupancy rooms.

Multiple common spaces and private study nooks, shared kitchens, laundry areas, trash facilities and lounges at the center of the building for studying and recreation are on both floors. The second-floor features patios that overlook Wofford’s campus.

The first floor of Wofford College Jerome Johnson Richardson Hall is used for the athletic department. It features locker room facilities for baseball, softball, and golf, as well as a golf training facility. The design also includes administration suites, offices, classrooms, and a small seminar room dedicated for general student use. This unique mixed-use program earned the project recognition as Outstanding Design by American School & University.

The design utilizes an efficient mechanical system for long-term use and incorporates large windows to maximize the use of natural light both in the common areas and individual dorm rooms. Use of cast stone systems to produce 494 pieces of unique cast stone earned the project Everyday Excellence from Cast Stone Institute.