In Design: 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.
Interior lighting design for four new buildings including an exhibit hall with exhibit, meeting and pre-function space; a health pavilion with offices, wellness center, art class space and exterior patios; a café pavilion with dining, seating and exterior patio; a renovation and addition to the campus student center with two theaters, dining hall and seating, student government, radio and recording spaces, offices, exterior patios. Exterior lighting of the new path between all four buildings.
A 600 bed residential life building with living-learning, community, and academic support space. Community space includes a 100 seat performance hall, learning spaces, music practice rooms, library, painting studios. The facility also includes maker spaces, including fabrication, welding, router and spray booth rooms.
A 303,500 square foot, three building complex, including two 440 bed residence halls, and a 57,950 square foot, 1,200 seat dining hall. The project is pursuing LEED Silver certification.
The Energy and Environmental Science Education Research Center (EESERC) features laboratories for teaching, research, and public service, as well as offices and classrooms for the UT Institute of Agriculture (UTIA). Departments within the UTIA include Biosystems Engineering, Entomology and Plant Pathology, Plant Sciences, and Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries. In addition to the academic spaces, the EESERC provides areas for social interaction and community outreach, study rooms, and an auditorium.
Framed as the University of Tennessee’s Gateway to Engineering, the Zeanah Engineering Complex provides the Tickle College of Engineering students with hands-on, collaborative experience and supports a variety of engineering fields through state-of-the-art instructional spaces and fabrication laboratories. The highly flexible and adaptable building is home to UTK’s top-ranked nuclear engineering department. Features of the complex include the Min H. and Yu Fan Kao Innovation and Collaboration Studio, a neutron generator, a linear accelerator, a graphite pile, thermal hydraulics high-bay lab, wood and metal shops, a paint spray booth, computational laboratories, an ISO 6 modular cleanroom, and a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF). The Engineering Services Facility complies with the Tennessee High Performance Building Requirements.
Renovation of the Twelfth Floor, including addition of a stair to the Eleventh Floor, for the Robinson College of Business Delta Student Success Center. The renovation includes a reception area, offices, learning and computer laboratories, student meeting rooms, graduate research assistant work stations, and a study lounge.
Renovation of the Broad Street Building for the Entrepreneurship Program, including faculty offices, huddle rooms, conference rooms, study areas, makerspace, a pitch deck, and a collaboration space.
University Hall, a building for the College of Arts and Sciences, is home to the departments of Anthropology, Computer and Information Sciences, English, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, Philosophy, and Social Work. The building features two wings comprising of teaching laboratories, classrooms, a 300 seat auditorium and lecture hall, informatics space, and faculty offices. This project achieved LEED Silver certification.
The first phase of a renovation of the HM Building. The facility, occupied by the University of Georgia Pharmacy Program and located on the Augusta University campus, houses office and instructional space including five classrooms equipped for distance learning.
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 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, makerspace, a semi-cleanroom, and a spray booth. Audio-visual features include a videomatrixing system, digital signage, and classroom and conference room presentation systems.