This four-story, new residence hall (Harrison Hall) serves the growing resident population. The building structure uses masonry-bearing walls, precast concrete floors, and light-gage metal roof trusses. The soil conditions dictated a deep foundation system consisting of concrete-grade beams and auger-cast piles. The first floor is a structural two-way concrete slab. The brick veneer is supported at the upper levels using a proprietary system that allows the building insulation to extend almost continuously behind each relief angle. This helps to minimize thermal breaks in the exterior wall envelope. One challenging aspect of the project was the large chimneys that flank each wing. Anchorages were detailed to tie the chimneys to the roof at the top. Precast concrete plank sections were used to support the bases of the chimneys, as they started at the roof and did not continue down to the ground.