Allowing students to live comfortably during their time at Radford University is a top priority, which is why Facilities Planning and Construction periodically undertakes renovations of residence halls.
The most recent renovation was Washington Hall. The renovation project included replacement of plumbing piping, fixtures, fire alarm systems, electrical upgrades, abatement of asbestos-containing material and the addition of air conditioning and a fire suppression system. In addition the building has new floor flinishes, ceilings, apartments in the Penthouse, and an eye catching glass multistory lounge addition on the South facade.
The floor plan arrangement was modified to provide single rooms, double occupancy, with private baths.
Continuing our efforts of energy reduction and sustainability, a new type of water loop heating/cooling heat pump system was installed.
Washington Hall reopened, welcoming students, Fall semester of 2013.