Sam Wyly Hall – University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
A six-story, 75,000 SF building containing classrooms, residential and administrative space for Executive Education, a new headquarters for the William Davidson Institute, and faculty offices.
- The lower level features a 90-seat multi-purpose classroom, special dining room, two classrooms with full technological capabilities and support; and seven break-out rooms to be used in conjunction with the classrooms.
- The first floor is devoted primarily to the William Davidson Institute, with office and work space for 32 faculty, staff and visiting scholars, two conference rooms, a research reading room, reception area and small kitchen. The remaining space accommodates the loading dock, receiving and truck parking.
- The second floor is dedicated solely to educational facilities, such as two tiered classrooms with fixed tables for 55 and 65 participants; another 50-person classroom; 17 break-out rooms, eight of which can be combined into double-sized rooms with folding partitions; a lounge, informal meeting space and a refreshment area.
- The third floor is designed to support all Executive Education administration activities, with offices and work space for 60 staff, including the associate dean, two conference rooms, course preparation workrooms, a lunch room, storage and space for the computing system that sup- ports the Executive Education operation.
- The fourth, fifth and sixth floors each contain 19 guest rooms and group study rooms. On the fourth floor there is a fitness facility for the exclusive use of Executive Education participants. These floors connect directly to the floors of the existing Executive Education residence and will use existing elevators.