Dartmouth's New Rowing Facility wins AIA New Hampshire Award
Between the renovated Rowing Boathouse, this new addition with the moving-water tanks, and the beautiful river that we row on - and having all of this right on campus - we now have one of the finest collegiate rowing facilities in the U.S., if not the finest.
ARC is excited to share that the new rowing facility, Friends of Dartmouth Rowing Boathouse & Training Facility at Dartmouth College, has won a 2022 AIA New Hampshire Excellence in Architectural Design Merit Award in the Commercial/Institutional category.
Built in 1986, the original boathouse is a traditional crew facility and was built as a social space, rather than a training center. The renovation to the existing boathouse, with enhanced ventilation and dehumidification, as well as the addition of a 7,000 SF training facility allows the 120 student-athletes on the crew teams to all workout simultaneously in a fully dehumidified facility with enhanced acoustics, ample light, and natural ventilation with direct views to the river and landscape.