General contractor: Robins and Morton Construction
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith
Designer: Lynn Wilson
Products: Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Milliken Carpet Tiles
Burwell Building is a historic building at Wofford College built in the 1960s. Many alumni will have fond “meat and three” memories in this “home away from home.”
Earlier this year, the building underwent a major remodel, and our team at Hodge Floors was thrilled to take part in this landmark renovation.
In partnership with Robins and Morton Construction, McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, and designer Lynn Wilson, the new multi-level facility features a more open-concept design with multiple food stations and a state-of-the-art kitchen.
Hodge Floors chose hard-wearing and easy-to-clean luxury vinyl tile flooring that would stand up to lots of student traffic (plus the occasional food and beverage spills) over the years. For the hard surface areas, we chose Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Tiles, and for additional supporting areas, we chose complementary Milliken Carpet Tiles.
The result is a beautiful, modern space that makes campus dining a treat. We’re happy to see the Wofford student body enjoying the updated dining hall to the fullest. Cheers!