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The J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons provides training for future dentists, doctors, and other medical professionals. The building includes specialized teaching and administrative space, state-of-the-art classrooms with a high level of audio-visual technology, group study rooms, and academic support space. The facility aids in establishing
Architect: StacyNormanArchitects, LLC
Associate Architect: Ayers/Saint/Gross Inc.
A state-of-the-art instructional building for the School of Nursing and supporting interdisciplinary work between nursing, pharmacy, and VCOM (the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine). The flexible facility houses active learning classrooms, simulation laboratories, team learning and collaborative space, a tiered auditorium, and office space.
Architect: The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Inc.
Renovation of, and a major addition to, the Anatomy and Physiology Buildings to create the James B. Williams Medical Education Building. The building includes a 200 seat auditorium, large classrooms, administrative areas, an atrium, a morgue, and grossing and anatomy laboratories for teaching. This building achieved LEED Silver certification.
Architect: Lord Aeck Sargent
Architect: EYP Architecture and Engineering, PC
Renovation of the nine story Burnett-Womack Clinical Research Building comprising both laboratory and office space. The building includes a clinical trials and training facility containing imaging and diagnostic equipment and a BSL-3 laboratory suite.
Architect: Stanley Beaman & Sears, Inc.
The Dr. Robert L. Wright Jr. Health Sciences Center provides occupational education and training programs to satisfy the increasing demand for health care workers in the Columbus area. The facility houses existing health care programs including Allied Health Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting, Nursing, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Patient Care Assisting, Phlebotomy, Surgical and Pharmacy Technology, Paramedic and EMT, and Medical Assisting.
The Veterinary Medical Center comprises the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, including the Cora
The Food Product Innovation and Commercialization Building is a warehouse facility housing support
Expansion of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) to house the Center for Molecular
The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building, a laboratory building, houses high-level research and
The Gerald L. Boarman Discovery Center, an academic building housing science, technology,
Strong Hall, an eight story, multidisciplinary science facility housing research and teaching
The Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Center, located on the campus of the Robert C. Byrd Health
A 10,000 square foot renovation of, and a 35,000 square foot addition to, the Food Processing
A three story addition to the Neuroscience Building to house the Emory Institute for Drug
Fundamental and enhanced commissioning of the two story Materials Research Building housing thirteen
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
The Life Sciences Facility is a flexible laboratory, teaching, and faculty office environment, and
The nine story Medical Biomolecular Research Building includes wet laboratories, a 16,000 square
Marsico Hall is a high-rise research facility including laboratories for drug discovery and
The four story Parker H. Petit Biotechnology Building is part of a biocomplex that facilitates the
The Ford Environmental Sciences and Technology Building is the second phase of a four building
The U.A. Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Building includes BSL-2 laboratories; education and
The Mathematics and Science Center houses Emory’s Mathematics and Physics Departments and
Addition of three ISO 7 cleanrooms on the Ninth Floor of the North Pavilion for the Duke
Tenant fit-up for the pediatric and adult blood and marrow transplant facilities on the Plaza Level
Retrocommissioning of the complete HVAC system, including laboratory controls, in this
Conversion of the historically significant Flanagan Building, originally constructed in 1939, from