Ann Arbor, Michigan
Working with Integrated Architecture, PEA prepared the site design for this high profile project involving the renovation of an existing facility, which served as a museum to showcase the legacy of the acclaimed UM Football program.
This redesigned facility is significant for UM, as it serves as the first impression to potential recruits when they visit the campus. PEA analyzed the existing site and determined where significant improvements could be made to create an enhanced welcoming experience to visitors.
PEA designed the pedestrian circulation and landscape features around the building to enhance the visitor experience by improving visibility of the exterior of the building and improving access to the main visitor entrance. Additional changes to the delivery area and bus loading areas were incorporated with input from University staff. This project is a landmark on the University of Michigan Campus and displays the national importance of UM’s football program.
Site plan approval from the University, landscape design, and detailed engineering construction plans for all site work.
Client | Reference
Steve Sorensen, PE
Jeffrey Smith, PLA, LEED AP
Kevin Roach, PS