University of Georgia Breaks Ground on I-STEM Research Building

Published 12-15-2018
  • University of Georgia - I-STEM Research Building
  • University of Georgia - I-STEM Research Building

    Courtesy of the University of Georgia.

The University of Georgia broke ground in November of 2018 on the $65 million Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (I-STEM) Research Building in Athens. Located on the South Campus, the four-story, 100,000-sf facility will provide collaborative laboratories and support spaces for research programs at the intersection of chemistry, engineering, and materials sciences. The I-STEM building will accommodate more than 30 faculty and 100 graduate students and is slated for completion in summer of 2021. The project will include a three-story subterranean parking deck. The facility was designed by HOK and is being built by Holder Construction.

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HOK
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Holder Construction
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