Temple University
Mitchell & Hilarie Morgan Hall

Philadelphia, PA / 2010-2013
1 acre (central courtyard)

The complex consists of a midrise and high rise dormitory for approximately 1,500 undergraduate students, a dining hall, and a below grade parking structure with integrated service areas.  Occupying one city block at the southern edge of campus, the complex is designed to be a new iconic gateway that links students and the community to the university's primary north/south pedestrian walkway.  A fully accessible central courtyard built above the parking structure includes a variety of spaces for socializing and eating, a large lawn for passive recreation, movable furnishings, and a small linear amphitheatre.  Durable shrubs, grasses, groundcovers, and trees unify the courtyard while delineating a series of outdoor rooms that can be creatively used for a variety of events such as a farmer's market, art show, or outdoor movie.   


Project Role:

Scott Dismukes was the lead project manager and primary client contact while an Associate at OLIN responsible for directing all visual communication, technical documentation, construction administration, and financial management.  


OLIN, MGA Partners