A new sign installed earlier this month on the west side of the building housing the Ecology Center's offices at 339 E. Liberty in downtown Ann Arbor should help enhance the visibility of the organization in more ways than one.
The Ecology Center moved into the third floor of the Handicraft Building on the northwest corner of Liberty and Division in 2011.
“With the help of some truly creative people, we have created a light-filled, highly functional space that supports the collaborative efforts that the Ecology Center is known for, the kind of place that feels good to work in,” Garfield said.
The renovation included energy conservation measures and advanced HVAC controls, along with an extensive use of non-toxic, “green” products, including halogen-free electrical and data wiring; zero-VOC (volatile organic compound) paints; and low-VOC, PVC-free, high-recycled-content carpets.
“We’re happy to have such a well-known and well-respected organization as a tenant,” attorney Daniel J. Cramer, the building’s owner, said when the Ecoology Center moved into the offices in 2011. “This corner really is a landmark location, and the Ecology Center is a landmark group with a long history of engagement and environmental stewardship in Michigan.”
EcoLink — June 2013 Ecolink An online publication of the Ecology Center