Coordinated and designed all major exterior componets of brick assemblies and assisted in project documentation for the expansion and renovation of the University of Michigan Stadium. This $170 million project includes the addition of two 530’ long, multi-story structures on the east and west sides of the stadium that will contain improved fan amenities, new restrooms and concesions, club seats, suites, and press facilities. Two new elevated concurses were added on both sides of the stadium to improve access and safety. Other improvements to the stadium included widening existing aisles and seats, adding handrails, and adding dedicated seating for fans with impaired mobility. Construction was phased over three football seasons.
Location: Ann Arbor, MI, US
My Role: Project Architect/Designer-Responsible for all masonry construction, vertical circulation, and steel coordination. Designed over 50 special brick shapes for this project and special brick details.
Additional Credits: Barton Malow