Date & time
Oct 27, 2006, 4:00-5:30 pm EDT
Brief program at 5pm on the architecture and interior design of Weill Hall with remarks from Rebecca Blank, Dean of the Ford School, and Sue Gott, University Planner.
Available for questions will be three key staff members from the U-M's Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Division: Doug Koepsell, Assistant University Architect. Janet M. Sawyer, Senior Project Manager, University of Michigan Construction Management. Renee Cruse, Senior Interior Designer, University of Michigan Interior Design Services.
This fall, the Ford School moved into its newly-constructed home on the corner of State and Hill Streets. The 80,000 square foot Joan and Sanford Weill Hall was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects in the tradition of the Michigan Union and Michigan League. Features include a 200-seat auditorium, a 2-story reading room, stone terrace and courtyard, sophisticated educational technology, and custom woodwork. With its new space, the Ford School is adding an undergraduate major, growing its faculty, and expanding the scope of its educational programming. Light refreshments served. Student tour guides stationed around the building. Free and open to the public.