Butler University’s newest residence hall opens for students

Butler University’s newest student residence hall for first-years, Irvington House, opened to students on Aug. 19. IMEG provided MEP, fire protection, and acoustics design, as well as energy modeling and construction administration for the $31 million facility.

Students living in Irvington House have access to a cardio fitness room, indoor and outdoor study lounges, and recreation center and social lounge with a pool table, ping pong table, and arcade games. A standard suite includes two double rooms connected by a shared bathroom.

Irvington House is the second Butler University dorm for which IMEG has provided engineering services; the first dorm project, Fairview House, was completed in 2016.

Learn more about the residence hall opening and read the IMEG case study here.