JMU Wayland Hall

Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia
Client: Donley's, LLC
Architect: VMDO Architects

The renovation of historic Wayland Hall on the campus of the James Madison University was truly an opportunity for Manganaro to put all of its capabilities to work.  No other contractor could combine the multiple trades involved in the project into such a single-source effort.  Manganaro performed masonry and stone restoration, as well as the new masonry, drywall and acoustical ceilings scopes for the 41,000 square foot residence hall.  Working in a tightly confined area on the very active college campus, Manganaro helped create a modern residence hall that not only serves the students with a state-of-the-art home, but does so while keeping true to the historic nature of the campus environment.

Manganaro played a key role in establishing Wayland Hall as the first renovated residence hall to achieve LEED platinum status.  It was one of only four residence halls of any kind to achieve that status in the country. 

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