U of M - School of Nursing
University of Michigan School of Nursing started construction on its new 78,000-square-foot building to accommodate its instructional needs, including a clinical learning center with simulations and skill labs. The project and design team incorporated numerous sustainability features including, above-grade insulation, automatic lighting systems, high-efficiency chillers and boilers, reduced water-flow plumbing fixtures, and an area of green “living” roof. During the construction process, crews diverted 180 tons of material for recycling.
The Intentio Innovations team modeled the mechanical piping and plumbing systems for the $50 million building. Construction was completed in the fall of 2015 and was awarded a LEED Gold Certification for its sustainable features.