Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Client: Stephen M. Ross School of Business
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Longman Lindsey was the acoustical and vibration control consultant for the University of Michigan Ross School of Business Phase II Construction Project. With 137,000 SF of new and renovated space, the school is updated its Kresge Business Library, the Computer and Executive Education Building, and the Executive Residence Building. The project is being designed for LEED Silver certification.
We provided the architectural and mechanical acoustics design, an environmental acoustics study, and construction administration and services for the project. The project included upgrading courtyards and roof terraces, recladding of existing buildings and parking garage, construction of classroom and residence buildings, and a renovation of the library.
This project completes the block started by Phase I, for which John Longman was the principal acoustician while at Cerami & Associates. The Phase I project is a 280,000 SF building organized around a central winter garden that included classrooms, group study spaces, and an auditorium.