Hood Construction Selected as Construction Manager for the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority House Renovations

Columbia, SC – Hood Construction is pleased to announce the award of the Kappa Kappa Gamma house renovation and expansion project to take place this summer. The project, which was awarded through an invited RFP/interview process, will break ground in May and be completed late July. This fast-track project is not the first in the Greek Village for Hood Construction, who completed a renovation of similar timeline and scope for Kappa Delta just last summer.

The renovation and expansion, designed by Scott Lambert, AIA, NCARB, of Lambert Architecture, promises to provide increased kitchen and serving space for the members of KKG, while also expanding their chapter room and updating and relocating the house mother’s suite.

The Kappa Kappa Gamma house renovation project marks the sixth project Hood Construction has produced within the Greek Village, and the eighth for the combined Hood staff. Other notable projects include the construction of the Chi Omega house, construction and subsequent expansion of the Kappa Delta House, and construction of the Pi Kappa Phi House, as well as various improvements to the Greek Village overall.