- UofM School of Public Health
Acoustic Ceiling and Partition faced a new and unique construction challenges with the a design requiring precision and craftsmanship. The plaster ceiling that serves as a tunnel for Washington Heights Street is a completely custom engineered, barrel, light guage system capped with plywood, plaster and patterened 24"x24" design, all detailed with over 3,000 linear feet of plaster control joint. The Crossroads Lecture hall and Lobby include multiple radius soffits and curved walls that detail the bridge at the second floor in the main Lobby. Finally, the architectural detailed framing required special attention to detail because all panels were to align with each other and give a floating appearance.