Lorch Hall

Energy Consumption1

Did you know…

This building was named after the designer, Emil Lorch, who was also an experienced Detroit architect and U-M professor. Originally it was constructed to be a quadrangle, but today stands in the shape of an L with a clock tower in the center2.


  • Exterior door weatherstripping
  • Lighting controls and LED upgrades
  • Toilet room water conservation


  1. FY23 building energy consumption data from https://ocs.umich.edu/resources/sustainability-data/individual-building/ ↩︎
  2. Building history information from https://sites.google.com/umich.edu/umnamestories/academics/lorch-hall ↩︎
  3. Research information from https://graham.umich.edu/experts ↩︎