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Strong Hall, an eight story, multidisciplinary science facility housing research and teaching laboratories, lecture halls, and faculty and departmental offices. Classrooms are capable of being converted into SCALE-UP classrooms (Student-Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs), a learning model that focuses on group work class participation and technology. Departments housed in the facility include Anthropology, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Chemistry, and General Biology. The building includes two cleanroom suites for departmental research. The project also incorporates a 3,000 square foot portion of Sophronia Strong Hall, a dormitory building that was originally constructed on the site in 1926.
Architectural acoustics, sound isolation, and mechanical and electrical systems noise control.
Two large lecture halls feature multiple projectors, sound reinforcement, and image magnification. Classroom systems include multimedia presentation systems and divisible classrooms with multiple displays and sound reinforcement. Additional audio-visual systems comprise a building-wide digital signage system, a viewing room with a display wall, video input, and videoconferencing.
This project has been recognized by American School & University magazine for “Outstanding Design – Work in Progress” in their November 2016 edition.
The Food Product Innovation and Commercialization Building is a warehouse facility housing support
A state-of-the-art instructional building for the School of Nursing and supporting
The campus of Impact 360, including “The Commons”, a 36,000 square foot multipurpose
Acoustics, audio-visual systems and lighting for the Core Campus Residence Hall, a mixed-use
A student wellness center housing counseling and psychological services, case management, dental
In Design: Renovation of the circa 1930’s era Seacobeck Hall housing classrooms and
Under Construction: Phased renovation of the 100,000 square foot, four story, circa 1950s Judge S.
Expansion of the Blairsville Campus building to support health education programs. The addition
Conversion of the four story historically significant Beeson Hall from a residence hall into
Expansion of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) to house the Center for Molecular
In Design: An office building with an 800 vehicle parking deck on Dalney Street. The parking deck