Miami University - Scott/Minnich


Project Overview

This project comprises design-, construction- and acceptance-phase commissioning of the major building systems for the renovations of two residence halls on the Oxford campus of Miami University. Scott Hall is 77,628 SF with 253 beds and Minnich Hall is 63,274 SF is 227 beds. The project is pursuing LEED Silver Certification, therefore commissioning will meet the requirements of both Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning credits for LEED v.3.

The renovation project consists of a substantial re-design of interior spaces plus replacement of the MEP, life safety, voice/data communication systems, accessibility upgrades, and installation of a new passenger elevator. Limited rehabilitation of the building envelope is also included, including new windows, foundation waterproofing, insulation, masonry restoration, and repair/replacement of existing clay tile, EPDM, and copper roofs.

Thought Content

Planning for the New Normal

In Planning for the NEW NORMAL, we must provide ways to make the built environment safe and healthy. What Strategic Operations Planning is necessary to ensure your Organization and its facilities, equipment, and people are prepared for the “What’s Next?”

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