Montana State University Hyalite Hall

Montana State University Hyalite Hall

“Building the bonds of community in our residence halls is one of our top priorities at MSU.”

Jeff Bondy, director of Residence Life

 

Community Living: New campus residence hall houses incoming freshman

Montana State University’s Hyalite Hall is a newly constructed six-story residential hall accommodating up to 510 beds. The 150,000-sf building comprises of two wings with a connecting common space on each level; a main lobby; two conference rooms, and community kitchen. Each wing on every floor has a collection of single-room, double-room, and triple-room configurations. DCI engineers was the EOR for the primary concrete structural system, which consists of cast-in-place concrete, post tensioned concrete, and concrete shear walls.

 

Project Highlights

  • Hyalite Hall’s central, glazed building connector features a backlit “lantern” with imagery of local outdoor scenes of Hyalite Canyon.
  • Each wing on every floor has a collection of single-room, double-room, and triple-room configurations.
  • Residence hall includes a multi-purpose community room accommodating 150 people.
  • Pursuing LEED Gold certification.
Location: 
Bozeman, Montana
Square Feet: 
150,000-SF
Stories: 
6
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Education
Residential

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