Gilder Boathouse

 

Facility Gilder Boathouse
Primary Use Yale Crew Boathouse and Docks
Date Built Commencement: October 1999
Completion: October 2000
Construction Lower level: Structural steel and cast-in place concrete w/cedar siding exterior

Upper level: Structural steel and laminate wood timber, southern yellow pine structure and roof decking, fir interior walls and maple floors,cedar clapboard exterior siding and mahogany decking; 'Galvalum' standing seam metal roof
Construction Cost $5,540,000 (including site work and docks)
Total Cost $7,500,000
Architect Turner Brooks Architects, New Haven, CT
Property Size ~2 acres
Interior Area 22,400 sq. ft.
Exterior Area 7,000 sq. ft. (includes deck, ramp, and stair areas)
Dock Area 11,000 sq. ft. (1/4 acre)
Oar Gate 90 Stainless Steel

Oars constructed by Garden Iron, Dave Wilkerson, Essex, CT

Weight: 1,800 lbs
Furniture Designed by Turner Brooks

Constructed by John Fallos, Easton, PA
Lower Level Boat Bays 3 Bays @ 24' x 85' (Eights: HWT Men, LWT Men, and Women)

2 Bays @ 21' x 85' (Eights and Smaller Boats)

1 Bay @ 17' x 66' (Repair/Shop)
Total Shell Capacity 84 (56 Eights, 7 fours, 14 Pairs, 7 Singles)
Upper Level Features Men's and women's locker rooms, restrooms, and showers
Visiting team room
Laundry
Coaches' offices and storage
Public restrooms
Elevator lobby
Lounge viewing room with fireplace and kitchen
Outside deck