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A new school year brings about several changes around campus.

Construction workers are on schedule to finish renovating a building on the University of Georgia’s Health Sciences Campus for a child care center — the first building to open after the university took possession of the former Navy Supply Corps School in Normaltown.


ACHF held the 42nd Annual Preservation Awards and its annual meeting on Monday, June 13, at the historic Fine Arts Theatre on the University of Georgia campus.  Dr. David Saltz of the UGA Department of Film and Theatre Studies welcomed the crowd, and described the condition of the Theatre before its restoration in 2009, which earned it a Preservation Award from ACHF in 2010.

The University of Georgia’s University Architects office has won the state’s top architecture award for its redesign of Stegeman Coliseum.

The interior furnishings of the Tate Student center are featured in October's College Planning and Management Magazine with an article written by OUA's Assistant Director of Interiors, Brenda Elrod.

Please read the full article on pages 36 -- 39.

Construction is currently underway to complete a new childcare facility on UGA's Health Sciences Campus. This project is being managed by OUA's Krista Coleman-Silvers.

Historic preservation advocates met at the University of Georgia's renovated Fine Arts Theatre this week to celebrate outstanding rehabilitation and adaptive reuse construction on old buildings and homes in Athens.

Ben Liverman

Ben Liverman, a campus planner at the University of Georgia, said the campus captures rain runoff for several uses.

The 29th Annual Meeting of the Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation was recently held on the campus of the University of Georgia, in Athens, Georgia, and specifically at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education Conference Center & Hotel on campus.

Ben Liverman pulls down invasive plants so the sheep can reach them

Some homes in Athens received an extreme makeover this weekend