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  1. Pearson Hall Renovation

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    Pearson Hall, built in 1985, serves the biological sciences building including the Departments of Biology and Microbiology. This phased, occupied rehabilitation will renovate teaching and research labs, offices, common areas, MEPF and circulation spaces over approximately four years. It is anticipated that 75% of the approximately 168,000 sq. ft. interior will be renovated by this project. In addition, an enabling project at Hughes Hall C Wing will provide flexible interdisciplinary swing space to house occupants as sections of Pearson are renovated. As Criteria Architect, Moody Nolan will oversee the planning and design of all phases of the project with a primary focus on laboratory design.

  2. Richard T. Farmer School of Business

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    Miami University, founded in 1809, has maintained a Georgian Revival style throughout its history. The style and materials of the new Richard T. Farmer School of Business were thus dictated from the very beginning. The new facility was expected to become a recruiting tool for the School of Business, so aesthetics, comfort, technology and sustainability were all expected to exceed the standards of peer institutions.