University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of Business

VDA provided full consulting services for four (4) geared elevators in this new, 270,000 sq. ft. structure which stands six stories at its center and three stories high around its perimeter.  The heart of the building is the Davidson Winter Garden, a three-story, glass-enclosed academic “town square” surrounded by a 500-seat auditorium, classrooms, student group study rooms, faculty offices, and a rooftop “colloquium” that provides space for small dinner and luncheon gatherings, and large events with up to 400 guests.

In honor of his gift of $100 million to the school, the University’s Board of Regents decided to rename the school the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. The gift from Ross, a New York City real estate developer, is the largest donation ever to a U.S. business school and the largest gift to the University in its history.

Project Info

Service Type

New Construction

Client

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Size

270,000 sf

Project Type

Academic

Equipment Type

Elevators

Location

Ann Arbor, MI

Completion Year

2009

Cost

$145 Million

Key Personnel

R. Dane Carollo Project Executive

Contact Info

R. Dane Carollo
Project Executive
Headquarters: East Hanover
120 Eagle Rock Avenue
Suite 310
East Hanover, NJ 07936

Phone: 973-994-9220
Fax: 973-994-9220

dcarollo@vdassoc.com