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A three story addition to the Neuroscience Building to house the Emory Institute for Drug Development, including vaccine development research laboratories, offices, a nuclear magnetic resonance laboratory, a hydrogenation laboratory, and a radioisotope laboratory. Additionally, replacement of a 225-ton stand-alone chiller with a 600-ton chiller in the Main Building and interconnection piping to chillers in two adjacent buildings. The interconnection provides a single district energy plant that increases redundancy and improves energy performance at part load for the three connected buildings while maintaining a secondary pumping loop for each building. The chiller replacement includes a new primary electrical service, cooling towers, and redesign of pumps and piping to coordinate the three connected chillers. Sustainable features include a run-around heat recovery loop, VAV supply and exhaust for the laboratories, occupied and unoccupied modes for laboratories, and occupancy sensors for lighting.
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