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Grand Hotel – Millennium Addition

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Mackinac Island, Michigan

The Grand Hotel is the Grand Lady of Mackinac Island in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The Millenium Wing Addition marked the first time that a non-wood structural system was employed at the hotel. The addition was a steel frame with light gage infill. The scope of engineering included the design and documentation of the addition.

(Image Credit: SmithGroup)

* Structural Engineer: Nathaniel M. Stanton while working at Robert Darvas Associates