Project Description

Clark Howell Hall Renovation
University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Renovation of this ca. 1937 building that was originally designed as a male dormitory. In 1950, additions were made to each end of the building, bringing it to its current footprint. In 1978, substantial modifications were made including the addition of air conditioning and hot water heating throughout he building.

Originally designed as a male dormitory, the building has a steam boiler serving steam radiators. In 1950, additions were made to each end of the building, bringing it to its current footprint. In 1978, substantial modifications were made including the addition of air conditioning and hot water heating throughout the building. The building has since undergone several small renovations as space usage has changed, and its current primary use is as a testing center with a mixture of offices and testing spaces.

GEI was a member of the selected team that renovated the entire renovation of the building. The project improved mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, as well as ADA accessibility, and updated finishes. The building is occupied by the Career Center the Counseling and Testing Center, and the Office of Disability Services.

▪ 33,000 square feet.

▪ $4,400,000 construction cost.