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Historic preservation conserves and manages historic resources in both natural and human-made environments. But historic preservation comes with its own concerns in a university setting.

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.

Coverdell Building

An overview of projects and improvements on the University of Georgia campus.

Moore College

"Beautiful, isn't it?" says Sniff, whose office is orchestrating one of the most ambitious and ­successful physical master plans of any university in the country (see p. 23).

East Village

When East Campus Village opened in 1995 on the last undeveloped tract of land ceded to Abraham Baldwin in 1785, it changed the psyche of the University. The first wave of construction ..

Green Roof

PhD student Tim Carter is establishing a vegetated roof research site on the Science Library-Boyd Hall Graduate Studies building on the campus of the University of Georgia.

Law School classroom illustration

The work of upgrading the School of Law's technology and facilities is in progress and should be completed by the time classes start in August of 2002.