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In order to maintain its stature as the premier business school in the nation, the Stephen M. Ross School at the University of Michigan commissioned a master plan study to assess existing building capabilities and to determine whether the building should be renovated and rehabilitated or demolished and reconstructed.

Challenges facing the program included providing a variety of instructional and meeting spaces to support the school’s action-based curriculum, and the need to create a physical center of gravity for the school’s intellectual and social life that would allow for informal as well as formal interaction between students, faculty, the university and the surrounding community.

Cerami provided acoustical consulting services for the new business school including the 6th floor boardroom, elevated classrooms, auditorium and partitions throughout the building.

Client: Kohn Pederson Fox Associates
Project Type: New Construction
Size: 280,000 sf
Location: Ann Arbor, MI