East Lansing, MI
The underutilized space in the center of Michigan State University’s Wilson Hall dormitory was transformed into a Creative Commons nicknamed The Hive. The collaborative effort between MSU’s Residential and Hospitality Services, College of Engineering, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, and the Broad College of Business serves as a student-based incubator to inspire entrepreneurial passions.
The demolition of existing interior walls paved the way for new mechanical and electrical systems, including fire protection for the center section of the building, audio/visual technology, drainage piping in the existing kitchen, and architectural lighting design.
Energy conservation measures were demonstrated with the use of dense and highly flexible power distribution, dynamic and energy-efficient LED light fixtures, and a cost-effective variable air volume air handling unit with demand control ventilation that conserves energy when spaces are not occupied.
Ferris State University envisioned a transformation of its existing student center into an iconic architectural showpiece that would serve as a gathering space for studentsLearn More →
The Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services building boasts the necessary components for the instruction and training in the University’s social workLearn More →
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