Great facilities perform several functions. They are well-suited to their purposes. They are aesthetically pleasing. They are designed to meet increasingly stringent requirements for energy and water efficiency. Perhaps most important of all, great facilities inspire their occupants to do great things.
Georgia Tech invites you to support the Institute by giving generously to fund these buildings/facilities:
The library of the future is a digitally advanced hub for research, learning, and collaboration. Library Next will epitomize the Institute’s commitment to innovative, technology-infused learning. At Georgia Tech’s Price Gilbert Library, the future is now.
The Campus Center renovation includes not only an extensive renovation of a nearly 50-year-old existing building, but also the addition of two new structures. The renovation will incorporate sustainable building practices/principles and will ensure that Tech students have a welcoming, comfortable space in which to meet, socialize, collaborate, and relax.
Tech Square III
Tech Square III will house the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering and an expansion of the Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business (located directly across Fifth Street). These nationally prestigious programs — along with the Coda building housing the new High-Performance Computing Center (Tech Square II) — will be woven together in the heart of Midtown Atlanta.
The Eco-Commons plan embraces an ambitious sustainability strategy that includes replacing the site’s existing parking lots with a living landscape that increases tree canopy coverage, utilizes rainwater as a resource, enhances biodiversity, and emphasizes the pedestrian experience — all while providing universal access to both existing and proposed buildings around the project site.
For Facilities Construction/Renovation: $110M
|Campus Center Renovation||$20M|
|Technology Square 3||$75M|
|Aerospace Engineering||Please Inquire|
|Alumni Center||Please Inquire|
|Engineered Biosystems 2 and 3||Please Inquire|
|Performing Arts Theater||Please Inquire|
|Outdoor Recreation Georgia Tech (ORGT)||Please Inquire|
For Campus Beautification: $15M
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Barrett H. Carson
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