LEXINGTON, Ky. — The University of Kentucky’s Frazee Hall is currently under renovation. The Frazee Hall project will provide 22,081 square feet of space — including a new connector. The $15 million modernization will revitalize the facility with a total renovation of the existing building, enhancements to the building envelope, a new elevator, two new stair towers, and the construction of a connector to the Gatton Student Center.
The connector will provide ADA accessibility via vertical circulation and address floor elevations between buildings. The interior space will be configured to facilitate today’s educational needs while remaining flexible to allow future change. Upgrades to the existing mechanical, electrical, and other building systems are included in the scope of work.
Upon completion in July 2022, the building will be occupied by the following:
- Center for Support and Intervention;
- Fraternity and Sorority Life;
- Family Programs and K Week;
- Office of Student Conduct;
- Residence Life;
- Dean of Students; and
- Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (formerly known as Bias Incident Support Services).
Signs on the fencing will direct students to temporary locations. The signs will include maps and contact information for each program.