WSU Manoogian Hall 2nd Floor Renovation
Manoogian Hall was originally constructed in the 1960s as a general academic building with traditional classrooms for mathematics, engineering, and language arts. Wayne State University asked FTCH to create flexible, interactive teaching/learning environments and develop corridors and alcoves where students could plug in and work. Due to the era of the building, the technology infrastructure needed to be enhanced to support these functions. FTCH provided architecture, interior design (including furniture selection), mechanical and electrical engineering, and A/V technology design. FTCH was also hired to troubleshoot systems and provide retro-commissioning services.