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University of Georgia
75,000 sq. ft., 4-Stories
Collins Cooper Carusi Architects, Inc.
Phase III of the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business, Business Learning Community project is the final phase of the School of Business's three-phased initiative. Located in the heart of UGA's campus, Phase III comprised the buildout of two buildings, Ivester Hall and Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall, totaling 82,000 sq.ft., and the centrally located Coca-Cola Plaza, which centers around a prominent granite water feature. This build unifies the school into one connected community for teaching, learning, research, and services.
Turner constructed the project directly adjacent to, and ties into, the College of Business's Phase II project, completed by Turner two years earlier. The buildings feature three auditoriums, undergraduate classrooms, comuter labs, staff offices, technology labs, and eight interview suites.
Turner constructed the project on a very tight site, bound by public roadways on the east, south, and west sides and the occupied Phase II buildings to the north, not allowing on-site material lay down. The project team developed an extensive site logistics plan using a lean approach to construct the very labor-intensive facade. All materials were brought in on carts for easy movement on the site, ensuring no materials touched the ground.