• Client: University of Michigan
  • Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Area: 75,000 GSF

The School of Nursing is a top-ranked, world-recognized program committed to improving the health and well-being of patients through education, research and service. The 75,000-square-foot facility accommodates instructional spaces, a conference center, lecture halls that convert easily to small group learning, health assessment, task training, clinical skills, and faculty offices.

Key features of the new building include active learning classrooms, a technologically-rich clinical learning center with simulation and skills labs, and simulated patient suites.

Project highlights:

  • Certified LEED Gold.
  • High-efficiency gas-fired boilers provide hot water for air handling unit heating coils, perimeter fin tube, and variable volume terminal unit heating coils.
  • High-efficiency water-cooled screw-type chillers with primary/secondary pumping provide chilled water to the air handling unit cooling coils.
  • Designed to accommodate simulation mannequins and two-way virtual observation.