The Georgia Center Improvements Project is comprised of four components:
1. Exterior Envelope Improvements,
2. Interior Hotel Room & Corridor Renovation,
3. Mechanical Improvements, and
4. Food Concepts Renovation.
Each of these components are located within the structure known as the Classic Wing, original to the Georgia Center's opening in 1957.
The Exterior Envelope Improvements component involves extensive work to the existing building envelope to correct moisture intrusion by removing and replacing the exterior brick, installing a moisture proof membrane, flashing, and replacing existing windows with more energy efficient windows. Maintenance to the existing window sunshades to repair damaged welds, remove rust, and repaint are included as well.
The Interior Hotel Room & Corridor Renovations component consists of renovations to original Classic Wing hotel rooms. The scope of work includes new lighting, bathroom fixtures, improved data networking and electrical upgrades in addition to finish upgrades including removal of vinyl wallcovering, carpet and tile flooring replacement and paint.
The Mechanical Improvements component involves major upgrades to Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning that entails replacement of four roof top units to supply and distribute conditioned air to the Classic Wing of the hotel.
The Food Concepts component involves renovations to the Café and Coffee Shop to update finishes and enhance functionality of operational layout to provide improved customer service to guests.