Housing

La Aldea Graduate Student Housing
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt worked as a Construction Manager at Risk to build this new $14.5 million graduate student housing complex at the University of Arizona.  When Lang Wyatt first became involved with the project, the design documents were about 50% complete.  In order to keep the project within the Owner/Developer’s budget, value engineering and cost saving strategies were utilized saving the project well over $1 million.

The project includes 164 apartments (1, 2, and 4 bedroom units), with full kitchen and laundry facilities, and a private bathroom for each bedroom.  It is a multi-use facility that incorporates apartment-style housing for up to 323 students, and it includes apartment-type common areas and recreation facilities.

There is a workout and fitness center, a community room with kitchen facilities and entertainment equipment, community study and data access centers, park-like outdoor spaces with barbeque grills and other amenities, and many other features that make this complex the premier housing location on the University campus. 



Other Projects

  • La Aldea Graduate Student Housing
  • Fry Apartments Renovation
  • Sierra Vista Women's Shelter
Fry Apartments Renovation
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt served as general contractor for the $1 million total renovation of a heavily used, damaged and generally dilapidated low income housing complex. More than 100 units totaling over 36,000 SF were involved as well as the wooden structured exterior, which was replaced with a stucco veneer and a more contemporary design. The work was performed in three phases to minimize tenant relocation. Lang Wyatt worked with the Owner to maximize added value to the project as additional funds became available. Work was completed within seven months.



Other Projects

  • La Aldea Graduate Student Housing
  • Fry Apartments Renovation
  • Sierra Vista Women's Shelter
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