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Stanford Kairos and Phi Kappa PSI Row Houses

Location

Stanford, CA

Project Value

$400,000 project

General Contractor

Core Group

Year Completed

2015

Stanford is considered one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in the world.

For some of their students, living on campus is one of the many perks of attending this respected university. However, where there is student living, dormitory maintenance is inevitable. In an effort to stay true to the building's original design, Mission Bell was hired to revitalize the dormitories' wood trim, wall paneling, and more.

This project relied on Mission Bell's expertise to refresh the wood trim and other millwork features to match the existing historical elements of the building. Also, due to the time sensitivity of installing the millwork while the students were away – our team worked closely with Stanford and Core Group, to ensure the project was complete in time for the students' return. The end result was beautiful woodwork and a very happy customer.


Additional Millwork:
  • Closet shelves
  • Hand rails
  • Wainscoting
  • Window/door casing
  • Base
  • Closet shelves with rods
  • Open beam ceilings
  • Shower enclosures, pans & soap shelves
  • Stairs – balusters & skirting