Allgood Hall


Client:  Board of Regents, University System of Georgia

Size: 123,100 Square Feet

Completed: 2001

Associate Firm:  Sizemore Group

The building was strategically sited to define a significant corner of the planned campus pedestrian quadrangle.  The design team developed an “L” shaped plan with an atrium at the vertex designed as a public space to link the two wings of the building on one axis and the quadrangle to the parking lot along another axis.  Allgood Hall provides students with study spaces both private and public, interior and exterior, and large and small.  The footprint was intentionally shaped to avoid areas of Colonial-era archaeological significance and to conserve as many healthy, mature trees as possible.

“The Architectural team did an amazing job on the design and construction management of Allgood Hall at Augusta State University – a 100,000 plus square foot academic building.  They were responsible for a design that wonderfully incorporated residential design motifs from our surrounding historical neighborhood into a large, extremely functional academic building.  The placement and geometry of the building also made it entirely compatible with surrounding early 19th century campus buildings; and the construction management was as tight and efficient as I have seen in over $80 million of major building construction at this university.”

-Dr. William Bloodworth, University President




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