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Whitehead Biomedical Research Building, Emory University

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Products Used:
Traco TR-7100 offset

LEED® Silver

The 325,000 square foot $83 million Whitehead Biomedical Research Building on the campus of Emory University comprises eight floors of laboratory, lab support and offices for cell biology, human genetics and physiology. The facility also accommodates the Neurodegenerative Disease Center and Center for Medical Genomics.
Completed: 2001
LEED Certification: Silver
Alliance Dealer: Southern Sash and Supply of Montgomery
~ One of the first buildings to be LEED® certified in Atlanta, Georgia
~ One of the largest facilities of its kind in Southeastern United States
Design: The facility was designed by Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK) of Atlanta, Georgia. The structural engineers were Standley D. Lindsey of Atlanta, and the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire-protection engineers were Nottingham, Brooke and Pennington of Macon, Georgia. The Whitting-Turner Contracting Company of Atlanta was the general contractor and construction manager.

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