The project consists of 600 beds within two unit-types. The buildings are sited to create a synergy of interaction between students, faculty and non-students. These ideas are reinforced by connecting plazas and exterior spaces with public interior spaces. The primary common areas are located at the centers and interior corners of the buildings, which creates areas for student activity. The project amenities include a movie theater, cooking kitchen, a restaurant, dance studio, computer rooms, study rooms and a student lounge that overlooks the main entrance.
The University of Georgia Science Learning Center provides modern, efficient and flexible space for undergraduate laboratory teaching. The building includes 33 instruction labs, two 280-seat lecture halls, two 72-seat SCALE-UP (Student Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs) classrooms as well as spaces for informal student collaboration. The building accommodates laboratories, offices, and classrooms for several science departments; including Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Physics, Anatomy, Ecology and Plant Biology Departments,
The project consist of a new five-story building with two wings forming a “T” shape. The two wings are linked by an atrium lobby with connector walkways at each level. An expansion joint is present at one end of the lobby. Due to the topography of the site, the lower two levels of each wing are partially below grade and require full-height basement walls on the southern edge. The new building occupies approximately 134,050 GSF and accommodate offices, classrooms, laboratories, mechanical rooms, and conference rooms.