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University of Massachusetts Thompson Hall Lobby Renovation, Amherst, Mass.

AEI provided MEP/FP programming, study, design and CA for this high-rise lobby and surrounding areas. The main area of focus is to upgrade the HVAC systems and respond to the code mandated upgrades triggered by this work. Components include interactive display monitors, new light fixtures, sprinklers, fire alarms, and upgraded MEP/FP systems for the new spaces.

OWNER

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

CLIENT

Fennick McCredie Architecture

CONSTRUCTION COST

$1.9M

SIZE

2,300 SF in 88,000 SF Building

AEI SERVICES

MEP/FP

PHASES OF DESIGN

Study, design and CA

PROJECT FEATURES

Occupied and Phased Construction
Accessibility Upgrades
New Building Controls
High-Rise
c149 Filed Sub-Bids
Built 1968