Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority


Value Engineering
Post Construction

Client Feature

BHS Construction completed the Kappa Kappa Gamma renovation project $40,000 under budget.

Architect & Location

Bruce McMillan Architects
Kansas State University Chapter
Manhattan, Kansas

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In 2012 a two phased renovation of the 2nd and 3rd floors at Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority house began. Over the course of three years, the project would transform the house into a modern functional space. In the first phase, room layouts were reconfigured to accommodate all furniture. Structural improvements were made by rearranging load-bearing walls to aid with the room configurations.

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As part of the second phase, a new VRF (Variant Refrigerant Flow) system was seamlessly integrated throughout the house to provide precise climate control. The kitchen and dining room were remodeled and upgraded for a more cohesive design throughout the house.

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