Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Design for Central Michigan University


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MEP Projects for Housing Facilities

MEP engineering for housing facilities requires a balanced approach to the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, lighting design, maintainability and sustainability of the facility.


Western Michigan University

Serving the Central Residential Neighborhood on WMU’s main campus, the new Western Heights Residence Hall Complex is making a positive impact on student life through innovative concepts.

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Northern Michigan University

Northern Michigan University, valuing the input of its students, put together focus groups in an effort to provide a campus-wide survey for the naming of the new housing complex.

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Oakland University

Recognizing the need for increased housing options, Oakland University opened its newest residence hall catering to upperclassman with a full-service living and learning environment.

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Wayne State University

As part of its master plan, Wayne State University explored ways to increase student housing as more students choose to live in Detroit rather than commute.

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St. Clair County Community College

SC4 was interested in the feasibility of converting the empty Main Street Motor Lodge in Port Huron, MI into student housing dormitories.

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Vinton Building

Rock Ventures purchased the 12-story Vinton Building in downtown Detroit, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with plans to convert the vacant tower into a mixed-use facility

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The living spaces at 28Grand complement the lifestyle of the residents who spend more time enjoying the city’s vibrant parks, arts, and cultural destinations.

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Michigan State University

Michigan State University was looking to renovate its existing student residence building - Butterfield Hall, c. 1953, with improved living and communal spaces

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