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The Harry L. Vance Athletic Center, a two story addition to the Belk Arena of the Baker Sports Complex, houses two varsity basketball and volleyball practice gyms, team facilities, and coaches’ offices. Additionally, the complex includes a non-varsity cardio-weight room, a wellness classroom, and dance studios for use by the general student body.
Architect: VMDO Architects, PC
The Rollins Campus Center houses a 60,000 square foot student center, the Office of Student Development, the Student Success Center, the 500 seat Grace Rollins Dining Hall, the 350 seat, Charles Suber Banquet Hall, and the 40,000 square foot Zell and Shirley Miller Library.
Architect: Stanley Beaman & Sears, Inc.
The two story Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of art houses consolidated collections that were previously spread across the campus, into a facility that includes gallery space for permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, as well as collection storage, staff offices, and support facilities.
Architect: Woolpert, Inc.
Renovation and expansion of the Ken Byers Tennis Complex, including an 18,000 square foot addition including three indoor tennis courts and facility amenity improvements. The renovation will elevate the Center’s appearance and function to reflect its standing as a NCAA Division 1A tennis facility. This building is pursuing LEED Gold certification.
Architect: Watson Tate Savory
An administration and classroom building on the University of South Carolina campus housing a bookstore, a library, a computer laboratory, and two videoconferencing-capable classrooms. A separate central chiller plant for this new campus provides an initial capacity of 1,500 tons and ultimate capacity of 2,250 tons.
Architect: Ayers/Saint/Gross Inc.
Associate Architect: R. L. Brown & Associates, Inc.
This mixed-use building transforms a former surface parking lot into a multipurpose facility housing admissions offices, a welcome center, a large presentation room, a bookstore, and a Starbucks coffee shop. The building sits above and in front of a new parking structure that houses 300 vehicles. Sustainable features include a green roof. This building achieved LEED Gold certification.
Associate Architect: Hanbury
Renovation of, and addition to, a dining hall including a commercial kitchen and a 325 seat dining area. The hall serves the entire student body, faculty and staff, and the community, and operates 24 hours from Sunday afternoon until Friday afternoon. Food includes “made to order” and “grab and go” options, as well as vegetarian and vegan choices. This building achieved LEED Gold certification.
Architect: Elliott Marshall Innes, PA
A Student Wellness Center including examination rooms, clinic support spaces, urgent care, dental examination rooms, nursing classrooms, fitness and therapy spaces, vision facilities, chiropractic spaces, an auditorium, and observation rooms for student learning in an operating health center. The building is pursuing LEED Certified certification.
Architect: KPS Group, Inc.
Associate Architect: Hastings + Chivetta Architects, Inc.
The student recreation center at Georgia State University includes a gymnasium, weight and game rooms, racquetball courts, a lap pool, a leisure pool, a running track, and offices.
Architect: Lord Aeck Sargent
Renovation of a 750 seat historic theatre, originally constructed in 1939, an addition of public toilets for ADA compliance, and the creation of a mechanical room above the old scene shop to accommodate air handling units.
Fit-up of offices on eleven floors, as well as intelligent building systems, acoustical,
The enclosure of the 16,000 seat Olympic Natatorium, where the swimming and diving competitions of
Expansion of the 85,000 seat football stadium, including twelve suites and renovation of suites and
A living-learning laboratory supporting the study and promotion of sustainability in the southeast.
The Ramsey Student Physical Activities Center houses a 4,500 square foot competition diving well,
This second phase of additions and renovations to the Georgia Museum of Art transforms the public
The Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Center, located on the campus of the Robert C. Byrd Health
A multipurpose building including multimedia classrooms, industrial laboratories, health sciences
Lighting and acoustics for the two story Wellness and Recreation Center including a 2,500 seat
Renovation of 96,000 square feet, and an addition of 112,000 square feet to the Hollings Cancer
Phased renovation of the Pope Student Center, originally constructed in 1975, including a video
A 10,000 square foot renovation of, and a 35,000 square foot addition to, the Food Processing
Retrocommissioning of mechanical systems in the Natural Science Center, housing research
The five story Emory Children’s Center includes open modular laboratory space, tissue culture
A three story addition to the Neuroscience Building to house the Emory Institute for Drug
Design phase commissioning of the two story McIntosh Track and Field Building, which houses offices,
Fundamental and enhanced commissioning of the two story Materials Research Building housing thirteen
Commissioning of the James E. “Jim” King Jr. Life Sciences Building housing teaching and
The Science and Technology Building is a two structure complex housing the School of Industrial
A three story addition to Rhodes Hall Annex including flexible research laboratory spaces, a
Design, construction, acceptance, and warranty phase commissioning of the Sandhill Research &
The three story Harris A. Smith Building houses the Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and
The Life Sciences Facility is a flexible laboratory, teaching, and faculty office environment, and