Georgia College Breaks Ground on Integrated Science Complex

Published 3-2-2020
  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex
  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex
  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex
  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex

    Courtesy of Georgia College.

  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex

    Courtesy of Georgia College.

  • Georgia College - Integrated Science Complex

    Courtesy of Georgia College.

Georgia College broke ground in February of 2020 on the $22.1 million Integrated Science Complex in Milledgeville. Designed by Cooper Carry, the 43,000-sf facility will provide flexible research labs, faculty offices, teaching labs, imaging and microscopy suites, collaboration and study spaces, and a botany terrace. The labs will be interconnected by a linear equipment corridor accessible to all science faculty and students. Featuring extensive exterior and interior glazing to enhance visibility and transparency, the three-story building will enable Georgia College to expand its forensic chemistry program, as well as offering additional science education courses for future teachers. Sheridan Construction is the general contractor for the sustainably designed project, which is slated for completion in late spring of 2021. The construction cost for the complex is $16.8 million.

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