The project was of great significance to Case Western Reserve University, The Temple-Tifereth Israel, and the Cleveland community. It transformed a historic landmark building into an interdisciplinary facility for the performing arts which is shared by the departments of music, dance, theater, and by the Temple-Tifereth Israel community. It included a concert hall, recital hall, rehearsal spaces, classrooms, faculty and administrative offices.
B&H analyzed the existing upper dome roof for support of a new hanging acoustical canopy. B&H was also responsible for the restoration of the inner dome constructed of unique self-supporting guastavino akoustolith tile.