Interior space design for the University of Georgia’s new construction and major renovation projects involves all aspects of Interior Architecture: finishes, color and material specifications, and the selection of furnishings, fixtures and equipment (FFE).
The Interiors Director for the Office of University Architects oversees all facets of operational support for interior space design. Preliminary project duties include consulting with the client and project manager to determine the overall scope, preparing product specifications, developing cost estimates, verifying budgets, producing bid documents, and creating space plans and 3-dimensional renderings.
While a project is in progress, the Interiors Director is responsible for generating interior FF&E project schedules. These timetables ensure that delivery and installation of all materials transpire in accordance with the overall completion of construction and they require continuous coordination between external design consultants, manufacturers, and suppliers of interior products.
All these services are performed to enhance the function and aesthetic quality of interior spaces on UGA’s campus.