Overview: Wolf Law replaced the aging Fleming Law Building on the Boulder Campus in August of 2006. The scope of work included 22 classrooms in addition to Moot, and Teaching Court Rooms. A digital signage system and deposition rooms were also added to the project.
The bid was won by Digital Roads; however, the project was still more than $200,000 over the University’s budget. We entered a separate contract for re-design in order to work with the owner on value engineering decisions in order to bring the project under the stated budget parameters. This was a one week intensive process that required a total group effort between DRI, EDI and the University and it was highly successful in delivering more functionality for less money.
The specified SP control systems were replaced using Crestron for a significant savings. The projector models were also changed for a significant savings. Excessive power conditioning requirements were removed and the functionality transferred to the building electrical system. The video conferencing was configured so it could be shared between a number of spaces for additional savings.
These systems are all linked via Crestron RoomView software for help desk support and notification. Scope includes basic presentation systems, videoconferencing applications and IP base recording of interview rooms for deposition training. The digital signage system was installed by DRI in conjunction with FourWinds Interactive for public display and way finding.