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Education Projects:


Whitehead Biomedical Research Building, Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia


Overview
“The 325,000 square foot $83 million Whitehead Biomedical Research Building on the campus of Emory University comprises 8 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
Traco Products: TR-7100 offset
Glass: PPG Solarban 60
Paint: DURANAR Canna Beige UC# 86231
Quantity: 1,200
Alliance Dealer: Southern Sash and Supply of Montgommery
~ 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, plumb-ing 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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