Working for the University of Florida as a consultant under BFrank Studio, Campbell Spellicy provided mechanical, electrical and fire protection engineering for a complete renovation of the existing Classroom 0136, formerly known as the Bailey Courtroom.

UF’s Levin School of Law desired a transformation of the existing Bailey Courtroom into a more modern collaborative classroom space that can double as an aesthetically appealing space for events. Working closely with our Architectural partner, CSEI embraced the modern aesthetic with linear LED lighting and slot diffusers arranged asymmetrically while the necessary ductwork and heavy AV/IT infrastructure out of site above ceilings and behind walls.

CSEI has a long and successful history of partnering on impressive transformational renovations with UF Law over the past several years. Our previous experience with this amazing User group and specifically this building allowed for a seamless transition into this project for our designers and helped us focus the bulk of our efforts on supporting our Architectural partners in executing their aesthetic vision. Minimizing project cost by modifying the existing AHU to suit the new space in a more efficient way, CSEI was able to preserve maximum budget dollars for the distinct lighting and ceiling features in the space and, most importantly, the absolutely stunning A/V package in this space which will serve the Law School as an instructional asset and high-end event space for many years to come.

In the capacity of consultant, Campbell Spellicy coordinated efforts between all disciplines, including the Construction Manager, Client and Users to provide the University with a space all could be proud of.


Bruton-Geer Hall - Before


Bruton-Geer Hall - After