Case Western Reserve University’s Residential Village

This project included a group of new residential buildings, a new 1,200 space parking garage, the relocation of athletic playing fields, and a new field house.

The residential buildings included approximately 414,000 total sq. ft. of residential space and were built surrounding Case Western Reserve University’s new football/soccer field and track, along three sides, with the new parking garage closing the fourth side. The houses comprised 174 apartments, including full kitchens and living rooms, 749 single bedrooms with double beds and bathrooms, 7 house lounges with fireplaces and air conditioning, 13 group study halls, 7 music practice rooms, indoor bike storage, 6 laundry rooms, a fitness center, varsity locker and training rooms, a convenience store, a clock tower, and a cyber café.

NV5 assisted with the development of the overall master CPM project schedule, which incorporated more than 30 major subcontractors. NV5 provided schedule updates throughout the project duration. We subsequently provided construction claims analysis in order to successfully resolve change impact and acceleration damage cost. Successful resolution was obtained through mediation with the owner and its designers.


Cleveland, OH


  • Project Controls
  • Scheduling
  • Construction Claims Resolution

Key Facts

  • 414,000 SF
  • Project Cost $140M
  • 30+ Subcontractors