When the new Voxman Music Building opens in fall 2017, it’s a good bet that guests at the inaugural concert will spot Robert Campbell (BSEE ’86): He will be the one staring at the Concert Hall ceiling.

As the theatre planner for the $152 million, 189,289 square-foot building—new home to the UI School of Music performance, teaching, and studio spaces—Campbell has spent the last three years studying proposals, programs, renderings, blueprints, 3D-CAD drawings, surfaces, materials, spans, angles, and joints. But he says when the building is complete, it is the ceiling of the 750-seat Concert Hall that will capture his eye because it will epitomize the whole of the project and the people who have made it happen.

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UI Engineering