- FIRM PROFILE
The Harbison Theatre and Classroom Building includes a 400 seat theatre, five multimedia classrooms, science laboratories, and faculty and administrative offices. Support spaces for the theatre include group and private dressing rooms, costume and set design studios, and a two story scene shop. This building is the first significant project on the College’s Harbison Campus and is used by both the College and the community.
Architectural acoustics, sound isolation, and mechanical system noise and vibration control for the Harbison Theatre and Classroom Building. Special acoustical treatments include custom side wall reflectors, resilient reflective grid, and multiple distributed return air plenums.
An audio system, production communication system, performance lighting system, theatrical rigging and soft goods system, and a video monitoring system for the theatre in the Harbison Theatre and Classroom Building.
Site lighting and interior lighting of the lobby, prefunction space, and theatre house.
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