Completed Projects

Administration Building
Historic Renovations
Through careful research and painstaking craftsmanship, architects and workers preserved and restored the 1907 North Campus building. The project was completed in February 2000.
Academics & Research
The Applied Genetic Technology Resource Center was completed in 2002. The building features state-of-the-art labs and equipment for faculty conducting genomics research on agriculturally important plants and animals, such as peanuts, pine trees and chickens.
Academics & Research
The Animal Health Research Center is a three-story 75,000 sq. ft. facility where researchers conduct basic and applied research on vaccines, diagnostic tests and treatments for diseases that infect animals as well as humans. The AHRC opened in 2006.
Broad Street Studios
Academics & Research
When an old futon store and bicycle shop were renovated in 2001, the Broad Street Studios became home to the School of Art's Interior Design program and Undergraduate Drawing and Painting.
Building 1516 - Student Housing
Student Affairs
Building 1516 provides double and single rooms with private bath accommodations geared toward non-first-year, undergraduate students. The new dorm recently achieved LEED Gold Certification making it the second UGA building to achieve this status.    
Butts-Mehre Expansion
The Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall and Football Facility was renovated in a multi-phase project over several years, ending in 2012. The renovation added a multipurpose / walk-thru room with synthetic turf, new football offices, new weight room and training room, as well as an update to many administration offices and the main exhibition area.  The grass field area was also reconstructed.
Candler Hall
Historic Renovations
In 2003 Candler Hall underwent extensive renovations, restoring some of its historic features that were changed or removed during past renovations. The restoration effort has garnered numerous awards.
Academics & Research
Completed in 2003, the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center is a focal development within the Riverbend Research Village. The building is over 120,000 sq.ft. and provides the Center with a leadership position within the growing field of medical glycobiology and glycotechnology.
Coliseum Training Facility
Opened in 2007, the Coliseum Training Facility provides  athletes with an expansion of facilities for the men's and women's basketball and gymnastics teams.The history of each sport is commemorated with displays including trophies, archives, graphics and kiosks.
Coverdell Center
Academics & Research
Opened in March 2006, the 140,000 square foot Coverdell Building houses a dynamic, interactive mix of disciplines with a unifying focus on problems of biomedical importance.