Autumn 2017

Beta Theta Pi’s OSU Chapter Opens the Doors on New Fraternity House


The Beta Theta Pi Project has been completed and is fully occupied by new students. The schedule was intense, but LCI and the subcontractor team worked diligently to complete the project in time for fall semester.

The building consists of approximately 25,000 SF of traditional fraternity areas including chapter room, multiple study rooms, dining & living room, resident quarters and a complete food service area.  The facility has received many compliments both to Moody Nolan for their architectural features and to the subcontractors for their craftsmanship and dedication to the tasks before them.

One of the primary goals of this project was to reflect the history and traditions of the fraternity, which has been a presence at the Ohio State University since 1855, while still creating a current, technology-friendly, convenient living space. Consequently, the design incorporates an architectural style matching the older building it replaces, helping to bring that sense of antiquity to the brand new, contemporary structure. The fraternity is thrilled with their new space, saying that it sets the standard for modern Greek housing.



For more information contact:
Andrea Schmitt

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