Historic Renovations

Title/Description Primary Project Manager Phase Status
Administration Building

Through careful research and painstaking craftsmanship, architects and workers preserved and restored the 1907 North Campus building. The project was completed in February 2000.

Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Agricultural and Research Building Restoration (Tifton)

Total renovation of the historic Agricultural and Research Building on the UGA-Tifton campus to provide laboratory space, adminstrative offices and departmental offices.

Scott Messer
Completed/Warranty
Active
Candler Hall

In 2003 Candler Hall underwent extensive renovations, restoring some of its historic features that were changed or removed during past renovations. The restoration effort has garnered numerous awards.

Scott Messer
Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Carnegie Library
Scott Messer
Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Demosthenian Hall

In 1997, Demosthenian Hall received a $200,000 facelift. Financed primarily by alumni donations, the construction work restored the Upper Chamber to its original 1824 layout and color scheme while the floors of the Lower Chamber were also uncovered and restored.

Scott Messer
Completed/Warranty
Inactive
FACS House B Renovations

Rehabilation of FACS House B for the Finacial Planning Reseach Center

Scott Messer
Construction
Active
Meigs Hall

Meigs Hall, a historic North Campus building, was renovated as a teaching/learning facility with technologically advanced classrooms. Since 1999, Meigs Hall is home to the Institute of Higher Education.

Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Memorial Hall Renovation

This project will address the second, third and fourth floors of the 1910-20 section of Memorial Hall to be utilized by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Scott Messer
Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Moore College

Renovated in 2001, Moore College is the Unversity's sole example of the Second Empire style of architecture. The stuccoed brick exterior has a variety of decorative features, including quoins and a mansard roof complete with dormer windows.

Completed/Warranty
Inactive
Old College

Upon completion on its bicentennial in 2006, the restored Old College building houses offices for the Dean of Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the Associate Vice President for Public Service and Outreach.

Completed/Warranty
Inactive

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