Construction planning was conducted in conjunction with the architecture firm Krittenbrink based out of Norman, Oklahoma. Demolition and construction began during the summer of 2016 and was completed in fall 2017.

Alpha Gamma Delta is one of 5 sororities at the The University of Central Oklahoma. With chapter sizes over 100 members, a facility to rival other chapters and to compete with campus and other local housing options is key to attracting new members and women who want to live in the facility.

All furnishings and fixtures in the facility will be new. The new design for the chapter house

will fuse modern and traditional elements, highlighting the chapter, Fraternity and university history through a variety of colors, patterns, textures, photographs and original artwork.

No measure is too much when it comes to member safety. The new facility will include new sprinklers and heat sensors, a basement where members can gather during storms, ample outdoor lighting and surveillance, key fob entry, alarm systems and much more.

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Construction plans

Before:

fall 2017:

new house highlights:

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  • Total square footage: 13,343

  • Live-in capacity: 30+

  • Covered front porch and second floor balcony

  • Dual stair cases in grand foyer

  • Large formal living room with fireplace

  • Study hall that also serves as dining room extension during formal meals

  • Basement Chapter Room

  • Craft room

  • Completely accessible first floor bedroom

  • Second floor laundry rooms

  • Dedicated night kitchen

  • Modular furniture in all bedrooms

  • Unique re-creation of chapter wishing well

  • Parking for all members behind the house

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