California State University, Fullerton

Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business and Economics

Location: Fullerton, CA
Client: California State University, Fullerton
Architect: HOK

Project Description:

The Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business & Economics at California State University Fullerton supports the University’s commitment to the merging of the business and education worlds.  This flagship building, designed to maximize interaction among students, consists of three buildings that intersect to make up Mihaylo Hall.  Vantage worked with HOK to design the building-wide audiovisual technology systems and supporting building infrastructure and provided architectural and engineering design support related to the integration of audiovisual technologies in the new buildings.

Mihaylo Hall is also a showcase of cutting-edge technology – from teaching tools to office furnishings.  With an eye toward society’s priorities in the future, the hall was also built with strong environmental considerations – from the use of renewable building materials to maximum exposure to natural light.  “We integrated sustainability from day one, because the modern expectation is to do buildings differently,” says (Michael) Smith. (Director of the Office of Design & Construction at Cal State Fullerton).

Learn why Mihaylo College of Business & Economics has been listed for the 7th consecutive year as one of Princeton Review’s Best 296 Business Schools: http://business.fullerton.edu/About/PrincetonReview.htm

Services:

  • Planning
  • Program Development
  • Management
  • Architectural Design Support
  • System Design

Technologies:

  • Structured Cabling
  • Distance Learning
  • Videoconferencing
  • Audiovisual Presentation

Benefits:

  • Cutting edge technologies enhance the learning process
  • Building was designed to maximize student interaction
  • Gateway building attracts students and faculty with its “pride of place”