Located on the Roybal campus of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the twelve story Arlen Specter Headquarters and Emergency Operations Center includes office space and a 24,000 square foot data center. Sustainable features include energy efficient lighting, low flow plumbing fixtures, automated plumbing fixtures, daylighting, horizontal and vertical shading devices, an “earth friendly” fire suppression system, energy recovery exhaust systems, variable speed fans and pumps, high performance fenestration glazing, and indoor air quality monitoring.
This project was named the Best Public Building from Southeast Construction Magazine, 2006; and is the recipient of the First Place Award, High-Rise Buildings Category from the American Concrete Institute, Georgia Chapter, 2006. It also received an Award of Excellence from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Georgia in 2006.
Redevelopment of three historic office buildings and a parking structure into a mixed-use area
Smart building systems, acoustics, security, communications, and lighting for a corporate
A thirty-five story mixed use development above three floors of underground parking. The building
A seven story Class A office building, including 138,300 square feet of office space, 21,400 square
Fit-up of tenant space on floors eight to nineteen of the Anthem Technology Center. This project is
Renovation of The Coca-Cola Company’s Atlanta Office Complex, including the North Avenue
Acoustics for the tenant fit-up of the Ninth and Tenth Floors at Centergy, including offices,
In Design: Specialty systems for the historic renovation of an office building to include open
Audio-visual systems and architectural acoustics for a six story headquarters building. The First
Architectural acoustics and acoustical commissioning for the Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh floors of
Relocation of Inspire Brands / Arby’s Headquarters. Phase I includes Floors One, Two, Four,