i/A began work on the Delta Zeta Sorority house at the University of Louisville in the fall of 2012. This project was a complete renovation and addition to the Sorority’s existing home. The current Victorian style structure has played host to Delta Zeta since 1973. The extra space accommodates up to 16 additional live-in residents. DZ house has become a staple of the University campus and much care and attention was given to maintaining that prominence while upgrading the living conditions of the students who call this building home.
“I can speak on behalf of the house corporation of Delta Zeta sorority at the University of Louisville that we have been really pleased with Integrity. We appreciate their fresh approach/creative approach to the design of our project and especially the fact that they respond very quickly to any requests and changes to our project. Finally, our housing project, as with any, has developed under many budget considerations and restrictions and Integrity has been excellent in helping us reach our goals within our budget.”
–Jeanine Triplett, National President (Delta Zeta Sorority)