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Cerami provided audiovisual and acoustical consulting for a number of buildings at Cornell University including Fernow, Stocking, Rice, and Warren Halls. Extra consideration was paid for these projects as they featured preservation components for the interiors for these historic buildings.

Warren Hall serves as a faculty office and instructional building including lecture halls and multipurpose classrooms. The renovation includes 115,000 square feet of building interiors which were gutted and re-configured, including all partitions, finishes, MEP and technical systems.

The AV fit-out of these spaces included programming design and development of AV systems for videoconference rooms, classrooms, and offices. These spaces were designed with systems that provide the highest quality and versatility for meetings and presentations.

Client: FXFOWLE Architects, Mitchell Giurgola Architects, DiDomenico & Partners
Project Type: Renovation
Location: Ithaca, NY
    PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Provided lecture halls and multipurpose rooms with high-quality systems for presentation and conferencing capability
  • The historic qualities of some of the spaces, such as those within Warren Hall required special solutions to incorporate new technologies while still maintaining the architectural aesthetic.
  • Systems included overhead projectors, flat panel displays, speech reinforcement systems, and control systems.