NCSU Greek Village, Raleigh, NC

Owner: Beta Tau Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity
Architect: Gontram Architecture, Inc.
Sq. Footage: 21,000 SF

N.C. State University has begun the transformation of its Greek Court into a new and improved Greek Village. Omega Construction, Inc., a General Contracting firm based in Pilot Mountain, NC, has started construction of the Beta Tau Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity House as a part of this transformation. The Greek Court Redevelopment Task Force established this idea in 2005 and has since made great progress. A total of 20 building lots exist in a phased redevelopment plan, and Phase 1 of that plan has been committed to Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta, and Delta Gamma. The Beta Tau Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity was established in 1895 making it the first original fraternity at NC State University.

The 21,000 sf new fraternity house will sleep 37 students and will include a large commercial kitchen as well as educational and recreational areas and an Alumni room. Managing the project for Omega Construction is Donnie Fletcher, Senior Project Manager and Superintendent Roger Neugent.

Occupancy of the Sigma Nu Fraternity House will occur for the spring semester of 2014