U of M - South Athletics Buildings
Completed in the winter of 2018, the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross Athletic Campus - South Complex benefits nearly two-thirds of the student-athletes associated with Michigan Athletics. The $168 million project added approximately 280,000-square-feet of space for men's and women's track and field, cross country, lacrosse, and soccer as well as women's rowing.
New indoor and outdoor track and field facilities that can accommodate 2,000 and 500 spectators, respectively, allow the university to once again host home track meets as well as regional and national competitions. A 2,000-seat lacrosse stadium created a home for the university's newest varsity programs. The university's first indoor rowing tank was another addition to the project.
A performance and team center provides specialized spaces for each team and shared resources for all teams. It includes strength and conditioning, athletic medicine, meeting space and locker rooms. It also allows for consolidation of various team facilities now dispersed across the athletic campus.
No tuition or tax dollars were used to fund the project. Funding was provided entirely by athletic donor resources and gifts, including a $100 million gift from Stephen M. Ross. For this project, the Intentio Innovations team modeled and coordinated the plumbing systems for Design Release 1.