The Marshall-Carr- Rogers Hall renovation consisted of combining three
residence halls into a single connected structure. Both Marshall and
Carr Halls originally consisted of a three story, 3,700 square foot
residence hall built in 1974 on the campus of Cedarville University.
These facilities provided living quarters, laundry rooms and lounges
for approximately 164 male students. The existing construction of the
facility utilized wood roof trusses, precast concrete hollow core slabs,
unreinforced composite load bearing masonry walls supported by
continuous concrete wall footings. Rogers Hall is a two-story structure
that also provided living quarters to 34 students. It was constructed
using prefabricated wood trusses, conventional wood framing and
continuous concrete walls footings.