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The Office of University Architects at the University of Georgia unveiled a historic preservation plan to document and maintain UGA buildings 50 years and older on all campuses and across the state

Old creeks and streams once flowed through Georgia campus area

OUA won the 2011 Preservation Award for Outstanding Rehabilitation for New College.


The Office of University Architects and the department of theatre and film studies are breathing life back into the Fine Arts Theatre.

New Farm

Because the University is also expanding down South Milledge and space is in high demand, constructing a new facility was good for both the University and the animal and dairy science department..

Animal Health

Under safe and secure conditions, scientists will study areas that affect animal and human populations. Research into animal and human diseases has become increasingly vital to both animal and human health.

Payne Hall

Renovating a historic building with modern amentities can take some planning, but imagine if it's designed for a very specific purpose such as a college dormitory.

George H.W. Bush

Hundreds of University of Georgia students, staff and visitors turned out on a warm Friday afternoon to hear former president George H.W. Bush and tour the new building memorializing his old friend, the late U.S. Sen. Paul D. Coverdell.

Stegman Coliseum

The ceremonial groundbreaking took place on February 17, 2006 on the $30 million athletic building.

Landscaped space with fountain

A walk around the University of Georgia campus today is quite different than it would have been in 1997. An old parking lot now has landscaped open space with a fountain.

Northwest Expansion

Driving down South Lumpkin Street from Broad Street to Baxter Street will look a lot different in 10 to 15 years, according to Danny Sniff, the University of Georgia's associate vice president for facilities planning.