Jean Gray Hangrove Music Library


 University of California, Berkeley

Architectural Consulting Services

Designed by: Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects

Previously housed on the top floor of a 1940s classroom, the University of California, Berkeley’s music library now boasts nearly 29,000 square feet for its extensive public collection of original scores, rare manuscripts, and regional music. With the completion of the music library, the music department gains a third building to symbolically complete its triad of interests: teaching, performance, and research.

Weir/Andrewson Associates provided Architectural waterproofing consulting services for the complex fenestration and building envelope integration systems.


Set on a very well crafted site, this project exhibits a high level of detail for an institutional building.  The execution required superior craftsmanship .