Central Michigan University - Saginaw Health Professions Education Building

Central Michigan University - Saginaw Health Professions Education Building

40,000 gsf - $23 million - 2015

Ellenzweig completed two projects for Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine—one on the University’s West Campus in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, and the other on the University’s East Campus, located in Saginaw, Michigan.

 

The Mount Pleasant project consisted of an expansion of the existing Health Sciences Education Building to provide new, contemporary medical education facilities including anatomy lab, classrooms, clinical skills suite, simulation suite, student study space, and offices.

 

The Saginaw project (pictured) consisted of a new educational building marking the launch of the University’s East Campus. Facilities include an 18,000 gsf simulation/clinical skills center, large-group interaction space, learning commons, student lounge, study spaces, and administrative spaces.

 

The Simulation Center serves a broad spectrum of health care professionals in the Saginaw region. It provides five simulation rooms of various types with central control room, a flexible task trainer room, de-briefing rooms, and a variety of classrooms, including a team-based media-rich learning space, staff offices, and server room.

 

Ellenzweig served as Program and Design Architect for the medical education facilities and interior spaces, working with URS Corporation, Architect of Record and Design Architect for the core and shell.

Central Michigan University - Saginaw Health Professions Education Building