Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Renovation

Higher Education Case Study
The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity house at Kansas State University was constructed more than 60 years ago and needed a major overhaul to stay competitive for another 60 years.

Client

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity KSU Chapter

Processes

Safety
Preconstruction
Collaborative Delivery

City

Manhattan, KS

PIKE at KSU in Manhattan, Kansas

The addition included a new two-story dorm wing connected to the existing fraternity increasing the capacity from 54 to 92 residents.

The interior renovations included architectural finishes throughout the building as well as refurbished existing dining, chapter and study rooms.

PIKE fraternity enjoying the dining room at Kansas State
PIKE at Kansas State in Manhattan, Kansas

McCownGordon also helped create an interior atrium space with four large skylights. Some outdoor renovations included a new basketball court, updated brick facade and new windows.

Pi Kappa Alpha basketball court at KSU
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity at Kansas State University
RLS Architects, McCownGordon, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Manhattan, KS
RLS Architects, McCownGordon, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Manhattan, KS