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29 Jun University of Kentucky – Campus Wide Housing Revitalization and Expansion

SDG provided structural engineering services for the University of Kentucky’s campus-wide housing project. The public-private partnership between the University and Education Realty Trust is America’s largest on-campus housing revitalization and expansion. Begun in 2012, it consists of 6,850 beds in 14 state-of-the-art buildings. There are 206 classrooms contained in the Living-Learning spaces. The total project cost is $459 million....

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23 Jan Vanderbilt Peabody College – Home Economics and Mayborn Renovations and Connector Addition

2020 Phase 1 of a multi-building master plan to restore and enhance the Peabody College campus involved renovating 60,000 square feet of existing space and adding 10,000 square feet in new construction. The project consists of the renovation of the existing Peabody Home Economics and Mayborn (HEM) buildings and the addition of a 3-story connector (including a basement level) between the two buildings. The Home Economics and Mayborn buildings are 3-story and 4-story buildings, respectively and...

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16 Oct Western Kentucky University – Ogden College of Science & Engineering

2017 The 4-story, 82,500-square-foot facility features more than 30 labs for biology, chemistry, and physics and astronomy along with student advising offices, a 300-seat auditorium and the office suite for the Ogden College of Science and Engineering. The primarily labs-only facility is concrete construction, with sensitive equipment present on all floors necessitating high floor vibration controls. General classrooms, offices and other such storage spaces were to remain in Thompson Complex Center Wing (TCCW) which was renovated...

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02 Feb Vanderbilt University Engineering and Science Building

2016 The Engineering & Science Building is an essential part of the School of Engineering’s plan for expansion and growth in applied research, and accommodates 40 new faculty hires. An addition to Olin Hall, the 230,000 GSF building includes a campus wide innovation center designed to connect students and faculty with technology transfer and industry mentors; an undergraduate commons; and a 7,000 NSF nanofab cleanroom and imaging suite. The building supports the School’s goals to expand...

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02 Feb Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) Science Facilities Improvements

2014 Situated in the heart of Middle Tennessee State University's campus, the new Science Building provides state-of-the-art learning and research facilities for undergraduate and graduate students. The project consists of a new 3-story science building with approximately 257,000 square feet of gross floor space. The "C" shaped building, constructed primarily of brick, metal panel and aluminum curtainwall, creates an inviting courtyard containing both landscape and hardscape. All of these elements combine to create a space that...

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02 Feb University of Mississippi Residential Colleges

2010 The Residential Colleges combine living and learning in a holistic academic experience, providing 286,000 square feet of innovative housing for 797 students and faculty. For the convenience of residents, the state-of-the-art facility also provides classrooms, study areas, social spaces, a theater, a library, a teaching kitchen, a music practice room, and laundry. The two colleges share a central kitchen and servery on the plaza level with distinctive dining areas for each. The design encourages interaction...

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02 Feb Western Kentucky University – Ransdell College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

2011 This new 112,000 square foot facility replaces an existing outdated building. This new structure, on Western Kentucky University’s main campus in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is a signature facility for Western Kentucky University's campus, designed specifically for the programs contained within this college. The facility incorporates the latest classroom technology and an abundance of natural light throughout. Classrooms, conference areas, an auditorium, a media resource center, psychology research laboratories, faculty offices and clinic spaces are all...

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