November 15, 2012
work on a modernization of Rowley Hall, a six-story, 55,000-square-foot academic
and residential building at Marymount University’s Arlington, Virginia campus.
included MEP and technology upgrades, the addition of five classrooms and three
studio spaces, five computer labs, a student lounge, eight dorm rooms, and other
architectural changes to consolidate offices and departments.
The Turner team
used BIM to navigate tight above-ceiling clearances in the