The Architecture, Facilities Management Energy Systems, and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs of Ferris State University needed to consolidate their academic space to a centralized location. To achieve this FSU undertook a $2.5 million renovation and re-furnishing of the first-floor Swan Building.  These learning environments had become largely ineffective spaces in need of a technology overhaul to be once again the diverse and flexible tools the university and its students need. Working with Hobbs+Black Architects and Wieland, Hamilton AV Design designed a robust technology solution to address the university’s needs. After completely gutting the space, the design was installed featuring both fixed and portable technologies utilizing new projection and display solutions, document cameras, and a university standard control system. Hamilton AV Design would like to thank Ferris State University, along with Hobbs+Black Architects and Wieland, on a successful project.