Stanford University EVGR Construction

March 13, 2019

The Escondido Village Graduate Residences (EVGR) is an ambitious project on the Stanford University Campus. The photo above is an artist’s rendering of what the project will look like when completed.

Graham Architectural Products was selected to provide the windows for the project. Graham is supplying more than 6,700 Series GT6700 windows for this project. Graham’s windows are being pre-installed into fabricated precast panels, which are then assembled to form the exterior facade of the buildings.

Significant progress has been made so far and this time-lapse video shows Building A being constructed.

According to Stanford’s website, the EVGR will provide housing to single graduate students and couples without children. The four 10-story buildings will provide 2,431 new beds and on-campus amenities.

Once complete, the EVGR will increase graduate student housing capacity on campus by almost 20 percent, meeting a critical university priority as Bay Area housing costs continue to rise. Visit the Project Details page for more information.