Ithaca College – School of Business


The Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise allows students to experience opportunities to work and learn together in environments similar to the professional environments they will one day occupy. U-shaped seating areas, numerous collaborative breakout rooms and small conference spaces facilitate such learning. Such an environment invites collaboration in every nook. The scope of this project included a $300,000 design to budget for educational technology systems to include: audiovisual presentation and recording, distance learning, speech reinforcement, dual data/video projection systems, along with custom instructor’s stations and associated infrastructure. The types of spaces to receive educational technology systems include: 120-seat Classrooms, 60-seat Classrooms, Trading Room, Breakout Rooms, Conference Rooms, General Classrooms, and Moot Board Room. Other project responsibilities include room acoustics and mechanical systems noise and vibration control for all acoustically sensitive spaces. Project scope included complete system overview descriptions and detailed per space cost estimating for all educational technology systems. Project challenges included the need to design infrastructure with flexibility to support currently designed systems, as well as, future anticipated growth of technology systems. This project has been successfully completed since 2008.
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Location: Ithaca, New York
Construction Cost: $14 Million
Project Size: 40,000 gsf

LEED: Silver


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