The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is a living-learning laboratory supporting the study and promotion of sustainability in the southeast. Located in the Eco-Commons space of the Georgia Tech
A 130,000 square foot expansion and a 167,000 square foot renovation of the student center to house dining, meeting rooms, two ballrooms, student organization offices, recreational and entertainment space, retail, study space, student gathering areas. This project will pursue ASHRAE 189.1 as a guideline, and Georgia Peach, 3 Peaches.
An office building with an 800 vehicle parking deck on Dalney Street. The parking deck serves the Krone Engineered Biosystems Building, the Marcus Nanotechnology Building, and the BioTech Quad. The office spaces support the Georgia Tech Research Corporation.
Acoustical, audio-visual, security, communications and intelligent building systems for Coda. The mixed-use, multitenant building, is located at Technology Square and supports fiber connectivity to the 100,000 square foot Georgia Institute of Technology data center and high performance computing system. Additionally, fit-up of offices on the Fifth through Sixteenth Floors, including spaces for Data Analytics, Cyber Security, GTRI, and the Office of Information Technology. The floors house laboratories, virtual reality spaces, network and security operations centers, and collaboration areas. The complex also has a 310,560 square foot, 580 vehicle parking deck. This project is pursuing LEED Platinum certification.
Phased renovation of the 100,000 square foot, four story, circa 1950s Judge S. Price Gilbert Memorial Library and the 130,000 square foot, ten story, circa 1960s Dorothy M. Crosland Tower, two interconnected library buildings. Sustainable features include chilled beams, daylighting and lighting controls, photovoltaics, building skin optimization, condensate recovery, demand control ventilation, energy recovery systems, measurement and verification, and rainwater harvesting.
Renovation of the two-story rotunda of the Blake R. Van Leer Building to create the Interdisciplinary Design Commons. The Commons features fabrication and prototyping space, including a machine shop, a production shop, a semi-cleanroom, a spray booth, and the largest electronics-oriented makerspace in America.
Renovation and restoration of the historic John A. and Joyce K. Caddell Building, formerly the Architecture Annex, to promote collaborative multidisciplinary teaching and research for the School of Building Construction. The building includes reconfigurable classrooms and flexible space that can be configured to accommodate collaboration space, direct instruction, meetings, and lectures, as well as faculty office space, graduate research studios, and administrative support areas. Sustainable features include high-efficiency mechanical systems, high-performance glass, daylighting and shading, and lighting controls.
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is a living-learning laboratory supporting the study and promotion of sustainability in the southeast. Located in the Eco-Commons space of the Georgia Tech campus, the building comprises classrooms, makerspaces, student collaboration and research space, areas for public gathering, and an auditorium. Sustainable features include, radiant cooling and heating, daylight harvesting, automatic externally operated shades, natural ventilation, rainwater harvesting, condensate recovery, a Dedicated Outside Air System, a high efficiency envelope, demand control ventilation, occupancy sensors, and photovoltaics. This facility will pursue Living Certification for the Living Building Challenge 3.1.
The Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB), housing the College of Sciences, College of Engineering, and College of Computing. The facility includes wet laboratories, classrooms and offices. This project is pursuing LEED Platinum certification.
Clough Commons is an education building allowing for the integration of new and existing initiatives in an enriched and supportive environment. Major components of the building include a language resource center; 41 classrooms including two 300 seat classrooms; a writing and presentation skills center; an information commons; foundational science laboratories for biology, chemistry, earth and atmospheric science, and physics; as well as a learning center, the Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, the Undergraduate Gateway Center, International Education, and the Office of Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Studies and Academic Affairs. This project achieved LEED Platinum certification.
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.
The enclosure of the 16,000 seat Olympic Natatorium, where the swimming and diving competitions of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games were held, to create the Campus Recreation Center (CRC). The CRC houses a 50-meter competition pool, gymnasium space comprising six courts, a climbing wall, a leisure pool, racquetball courts, a fitness center, locker rooms, offices, and a 500 car parking deck.
The U.A. Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Building includes BSL-2 laboratories; education and administrative facilities; and interactive, collaborative, and building support spaces. The facility houses essential research and instructional facilities for faculty and students from the College of Engineering who are focused on the advancement of biomedical engineering.
The Ford Environmental Sciences and Technology Building is the second phase of a four building research complex. This building houses various instructional and research activities for the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences, as well as a Technology Development Center (business incubator). Research in the building focuses on broadly defined environmental and sustainability issues and encourages productive interactions with industry, government, and other academic institutions.
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 an NCAA Division 1A tennis facility. This building is pursuing LEED Gold certification.
The Klaus Advanced Computing Building, an interdisciplinary computing technology building accommodates the College of Computing and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The building houses teaching and research environments providing facilities and technologies for robotics, supercomputing, information security, advanced digital design, computer architecture, and operating systems. Specifically, the building houses seventy laboratories, eight computer class laboratories, five large classrooms with distance learning capabilities, study lounges, faculty and administrative offices, and a 200 seat auditorium.This building achieved LEED Gold certification.
The four story Parker H. Petit Biotechnology Building is part of a biocomplex that facilitates the interdisciplinary research programs of faculty and their research groups including both graduate and undergraduate students. Specific spaces in the building include a magnetic resonance laboratory, cell culture facilities, an X-ray defraction laboratory, a vivarium for mice and other small animals, BSL-3 suites, and a biomodeling laboratory for computational approaches to problems in biology and medicine, as well as administrative support areas.
The Joseph Brown Whitehead Health Services Building, a student health clinic including examination rooms, a dental clinic, a women’s center, X-ray facilities, and a wellness center.
A high-rise housing complex comprising 473 apartments in four buildings for 4,000 Olympic athletes, converted to student housing after the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. The complex includes such ancillary facilities as food service, a recreation center, a post office, 786 car parking garage, and a 2,000 ton central plant designed for future expansion.
Renovations of two classrooms and a small lecture hall. This project facilitates the start of the
Acoustics, audio-visual, communications, and intelligent buildings systems for student-centered,
Renovation of the Business Service Annex to create the Delta Innovation Hub, housing maker space,
Renovation of the Engineering Department in the Wake Downtown campus building, including teaching
Renovation of 2,300 square feet on the Tunnel Level and 10,000 square feet on Level Two of The Emory
Security, communications, and audio-visual systems for a science and nursing facility including a
Conversion of offices and classrooms in the HM Building to house a research laboratory and support
Mechanical and electrical systems, as well as acoustics, audio-visual and lighting design for the
Facility condition survey and design of lighting and rigging systems for the 980 seat Russell
The Alex and Lee George Hall, a 30,500 square foot expansion of the Minges Science
In Design: Renovation and expansion of the Lilly Library, originally constructed in 1927. The
A 25,380 square foot expansion and 1,620 square foot renovation of the Russ Chandler Baseball
Renovation of 11,700 square feet, and a 7,000 square foot addition, to support the Electronic
A high-rise laboratory building including five laboratory floors, a 8,200 square foot vivarium,
In Design: A three building residence hall complex housing over 930 students. Communications
In Design: A 130,000 square foot expansion and a 167,000 square foot renovation of the student
Under Construction: A 600 bed residential life building with living-learning, community, and
A 303,500 square foot, three building complex, including two 440 bed residence halls, and a 57,950
The Energy and Environmental Science Education Research Center (EESERC) features laboratories for
Framed as the University of Tennessee’s Gateway to Engineering, the Zeanah Engineering Complex
Renovation of the Twelfth Floor, including addition of a stair to the Eleventh Floor, for the
Renovation of the Broad Street Building for the Entrepreneurship Program, including faculty offices,
University Hall, a building for the College of Arts and Sciences, is home to the departments of