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Baldwin Wallace Boesel Conservatory of Music

The renowned Conservatory of Music program at Baldwin Wallace University was originally housed in three buildings on the private university’s historic campus. In order to create a more collaborative and efficient use of their space, it was necessary to renovate their existing spaces and design an addition that tied all three buildings together.


Baldwin Wallace Boesel Conservatory of Music hall


The buildings that were part of the project include the First Congregational United Church of Christ of Berea, Merner-Pfieffer Hall, and Kulas Auditorium. All three buildings were added to the existing historic district.

Interior room with chairs and a large window


The project received historic tax credits, creating multiple layers of coordination among the Institution’s Board, historical regulatory agencies, the historic consultant, the design consultants and the Construction Manager. MCM lead the team through the process and ensured that the project was designed and constructed in accordance with the strict standards set by the Department of the Interior.


Baldwin Wallace Boesel Conservatory of Music exterior

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Total Project Cost

16 Month

Construction Schedule

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