Georgia Institute of Technology
Reeves Young has constructed two different projects for the Atlanta based university. The first of these projects is the 32,460 SF renovation of the 1983 instructional support center included 17 classrooms, public spaces, and restrooms, as well as accessibility upgrades. The renovation incorporated new AV technology, MEP systems, furnishings, and finishes. The instructional center serves the College of Architecture, Computing, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Sciences. Renovations allowed for multiple new approaches to teaching by offering flexible, informal meetings and teaching spaces. Construction was staged over two summer breaks with two mobilizations to accommodate school activities and minimize disruptions. The second project at Georgia Tech was the 400-acre project for Georgia Institute of Technology consisted of the reconstruction of Roe Stamps Field, the largest and most heavily used synthetic turf field in the Southeast. Associated site work included demolition of existing sidewalks, walls, stairs, and synthetic fields. Reconstruction included a new synthetic sports field, walking track, concrete walls, concrete stairs, concrete and asphalt paving, site electrical, storm drainage, fencing, storage unit construction, and landscaping.