Conversion of the four story historically significant Beeson Hall from a residence hall into academic offices and support facilities. Additionally, the building features instructional laboratories supporting the physics program. Beeson Hall also houses the departments of World Languages and Cultures, Geography, Philosophy and Liberal Studies, Mass Communications, and the Center for Program Evaluation and Development. This project is pursuing Georgia Peach Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Construction certification.
A structured cabling system for the conversion of the four story hall.
Infrastructure and coordination for audio-visual and security systems.
This project is the recipient of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Facilities Officers Conference Innovation Award 2017.
Expansion of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) to house the Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) featuring laboratories and a 7,500 square foot vivarium. Research support space includes cell culture facilities, environmental rooms, microscopy space, faculty offices, and a conference room. This project is pursuing Georgia Peach Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Construction certification.
This project is the recipient of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Facilities Officers Conference Innovation Design and Technology Award 2017.
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.
Georgia Tech Dalney Parking Deck and Office Building received a 2020 Project Achievement Award in the category of Public Building | New Construction | Constructed Value Less than $50M by the South Atlantic Chapter of The Construction Management Association of America.
The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building, a laboratory building, houses high-level research and instructional space, including laboratories, 20,000 square feet of vivaria space, and office space. Departments in the facility include the Department of Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology, the Department of Microbiology, the Department of Nutrition, and the Department of Psychology.
Mechanical and electrical systems noise control.
Extension of the campus steam system to support the construction of the Ken and Blaire Mossman Building.
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.
A three building complex, on the North Campus, comprising Magnolia and Dogwood Residence Halls, two 240 bed residence halls and a 400 seat, 21,000 square foot dining facility. The residence halls include hall director apartments, public meeting spaces, and a faculty apartment. Sustainable features include demand control ventilation, daylighting and lighting controls, energy recovery systems, and photovoltaics in the Dining Hall.
Renovation of three floors, and the addition of a mezzanine level, in the 25 Park Place Pavilion Building. The project includes complete replacement of the HVAC, electrical, fire protection, and lighting systems, including portions of the central air handling equipment serving the basement level spaces below. This media-focused facility contains training, research, and business incubator spaces including a production studio, open collaboration space, team rooms, large conference rooms, a boardroom, offices, digital editing, media labs, and a screening room.
Security systems including video surveillance comprising of fixed position cameras in corridors and stairways, and video monitors in the administration offices. Electronic access control provides entry to card holders and monitors doors.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center houses a 1,200 seat performance hall and an outdoor performance area with lawn seating and a 350 seat recital hall, including a catering kitchen, concessions, dressing rooms, scenery shops, a two story multipurpose lobby, and a central energy plant. The center houses nationally touring Broadway productions, and opera, dance, orchestra and symphony performances, as well as student and faculty music and theater performances.
The Performing Arts Center was selected for an AIA Birmingham Chapter 2020 Merit Award.
Under Construction: Renovation of the Greek-Revival style South Caroliniana Library, constructed circa 1840, to increase archival space and optimize functionality of the historic building. The library houses special collections, the Bulfinch Reading Room, gallery space, the Kendall Memorial Room, and an administrative suite. The structure was the first free-standing library on a college campus in the United States.
Commissioning of the Molecular Science and Engineering Building located in the Biotechnology Complex. The building is designed to foster interaction between scientists and engineers whose research interests intersect in the area of materials and the molecular basis of their structures and properties. The building houses laser laboratories, magnetic laboratories, lecture theatres, offices, providing an interdisciplinary environment for faculty and students to examine and explore materials at the atomic and molecular level, supporting Georgia Tech’s role as a national leader in nanotechnology.
Specialty systems commissioning of the structured cabling system.
This project is the recipient of the Award of Excellence, Hardscape from the American Concrete Institute, Georgia Chapter, 2006.