As a consultant to Manuel Zeitlin Architects, Puckett Engineering provided electrical engineering for an all-new facility that is the center of Jewish life at Vanderbilt. The Schulman Center serves the religious, social, and educational needs of Jewish students. The 10,000-square-foot building provides a Kosher vegetarian cafe, a student lounge, an assembly hall, and a multipurpose space that doubles as a sanctuary and performance venue. The second floor of the building houses a classroom, offices, and a library. Puckett Engineering’s services included design for building electrical systems, controls, and interior and exterior illumination. PDF Case Study.