Roers recently completed construction of a new 58, 312 sf student housing complex on the University of Mary Bismarck campus. This three story girls dormitory consists of 69 suites with a total of 276 beds. It also has a chapel, a Residential Adviser apartment, Resident apartment for the Sisters, office and technology area with kitchen.
Roers is currently constructing the second phase of the U32 design/build student housing complex in North Fargo. U32 Phase I grade totals 131,165 SF and the underground parking totals 25,036 SF. Structural materials consist of cast in place concrete walls and slab with precast concrete columns, beams, and plank deck lid for the underground parking. Floors 1-5 are wood framed construction with all exterior walls framed with fire treated lumber. Living unit options include efficiencies, one-, two-, three- or four bedroom apartments fully stocked with top notch amenities– in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel kitchen package, cutting-edge technology package, wellness/fitness center, indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, volleyball, and much more.
Phase II was added in 2019 and is a great addition to the student housing complex in North Fargo. Living unit options include efficiencies, one-, two-, three- or four bedroom apartments with high end amenities — in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel kitchen appliances cutting-edge technology package, a yoga studio and a game room and multiple study rooms. Residents have full access to amenities in the Phase I building including wellness/fitness center, indoor pool, hot tub and sauna.
With the increased demand for student housing in the North Dakota State University area, Roers strategically purchased land bordering campus on which to build. Construction of Phase I was completed in August 2011 in time for the Fall 2011 school semester. Phase II began in June of 2013 and will include 80 additional units as well as underground parking.
This 182-unit complex was built as a new student housing hall located directly across from the Fargodome. Niskanen Hall has an apartment-style setting and feel, and is a highly sought after on-campus option to dorm living.
After the demolition of John Neumaier Hall several years prior, another student hall was a necessity in order to accommodate the growing student population. This multi-family, 36-unit complex houses many students and is located on campus.