The Kappa Delta Sorority became the first Greek organization at NC State University to break ground on the very first privately-funded chapter house within the Greek Village. Yesterday’s attendees included: current members of the Eta Upsilon chapter, KD Advisors Beth Collawn and Laura Helton, NC State Faculty & Staff, and key members of the building team. Carl Winstead of Winstead Wilkinson Architects, Spence Harrell of WT Barker Construction, Graham Smith the landscape Architect, Karen of Capstone Bank , and Design Lines’ own Molly Simmons and Ashley Thompson were on hand to officially break ground.
The Greek community at NC State is slowly transitioning from the Greek Courts into the Greek Village in an effort to create more of a cohesive community.
(Above) Current KD women standing at the site of their future home, what an accomplishment for a chapter who colonized less than a year ago.
(Above) The NC State Director of Greek Life John Mountz, Carl of Winstead Wilkinson Architects, Molly and Ashley talking about the project.
Molly and Ashley are excited to work with the building team to create a multi-functional and technologically advanced home that will become a beauitful structure for Kappa Delta and for the future of the sorority. Stay tuned as we develop the color scheme and mak interior selections.
All images taken by DLL