Posts Categorized: Lighting Design

Musical Instrument Museum

This project is a one-of-a-kind, 190,000 square foot, Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) located in Phoenix, AZ. The museum showcases 5,000 musical instruments from around the world. Michaud Cooley Erickson designed the MEP systems for the facility including specialty lighting and controls throughout the complex. Beyond the 75,000 square feet of exhibit space, the MIM also

MacPhail Center for Music

Michaud Cooley Erickson provided the MEP design for the new MacPhail Center for Music building. The 55,000 square foot facility includes 56 teaching studios, nine classrooms, a grand hall, an informal performance hall and an outdoor performance plaza. Consistent temperature/humidity control and achieving low sound levels (NC 25) were key components in designing the mechanical

Cathedral of St. Paul

Situated on the highest point in downtown St. Paul, Michaud Cooley Erickson has been involved in the historic preservation of this iconic structure. The Cathedral’s cornerstone was laid on June 2, 1907 and in 1974, it was placed on the National Register of Historical Buildings. The previous lighting of the building had minimum ground mounted

‘On The Go’ Restaurants

Have you noticed the dining options at the MSP International Airport? Next time you’re passing through Terminal 1, Concourse G take note of the 43,000 square feet of new restaurant and bar space. Michaud Cooley Erickson provided the complete MEP designs for six restaurants, three bars and all back of house support areas. The project

Williston Airport

Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) designed a new airport in Williston, North Dakota and is currently in construction. MCE is providing MEP engineering services for this project. The existing airport, Sloulin Field, has served the Williston area since the 1950s. Over the years, the airlines serving Williston have utilized small regional turbo-prop aircraft (19 to 30


3M is a Fortune 500 company that established a Research & Development Lab building at their headquarters in Maplewood, Minnesota providing a 470,000 square foot “state of art” lab facility which will attract the best scientists from around the world. This facility houses six separate divisions that previously were scattered across the campus in aging