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Carrollton, Ga. – (September 13, 2019) The University of West Georgia and the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission broke ground on Roy Richards Sr. Hall, which will be the new home of the Richards College of Business. This project, which will utilize both State bond funds and private donations, exemplifies the school and local community’s dedication to expanding the resources for student education.
Milledgeville, Ga. – (October 24, 2019) The Georgia State Financing & Investment Commission recently completed the renovation and expansion of Georgia Military College’s Jenkins Hall. Georgia Military College hosted the ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of the completion and showcasing the upgrades.
After breaking ground in 2017, the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) completed a 76,000 square foot expansion of the Whitfield Murray Campus at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) with a budget of $29.8 million. On Friday, September 20, 2019, GNTC hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the facility with Governor Brian Kemp in attendance.
The Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) completed the final phase of a six-building complex making up the University of Georgia’s Business Learning Community. The Terry College of Business hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in honor of the completion on Friday, September 6, 2019 with Governor Brian Kemp in attendance.
Dalton State College celebrated the grand re-opening of the Gignilliat Memorial Hall on Thursday, September 5, 2019 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Gignilliat Memorial Hall was built in 1969 and currently houses the School of Business with over 800 students.
On August 23, 2019, the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) and the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia broke ground on a new, modern College of Mathematics and Science building at Augusta University.
On Monday, August 12, 2019, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the Coastal Crime Laboratory in Pooler.
The 29th Anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will be on July 26, 2019. This landmark, comprehensive legislation is necessary to ensure equal access.
Clayton State's theatre department hosted a ribbon cutting for faculty, staff, students, and community partners to celebrate the renovated theatre that was part of the $14.96 million Academic Core Renovation project.
Read more, from Clayton State University's press release, here.
On March 18, Governor Brian Kemp officially appointed Marty Smith as Georgia’s State Property Officer.
On behalf of the Georgia Building Authority, Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission, and the State Properties Commission, Steve Stancil has announced his retirement from public service.
Georgia’s State Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator’s Office announced that Mike Galifianakis, the State ADA Coordinator, resigned effective December 31, 2018. Stacey Valrie Peace, who previously served as Assistant ADA Coordinator, has been promoted into the role.
Lanier Technical College, Hall County Campus, held a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for its brand new 95-acre campus.
Registration is now open for our upcoming Construction Management at Risk Delivery Method Workshop. This event is geared to firms with little or no CM experience or those trying to get a better understanding of the delivery method. Link to register: https://www.123signup.com/register?id=hnyfd
On November 1, 2017, Georgia Bureau of Investigation held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the much anticipated renovation of the existing GBI Headquarters Morgue in Decatur.
On October 4, 2017, Savannah State University held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Science and Technology Facility. This project consisted of 2 separate buildings.
The Technical College System of Georgia recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Whitfield Murray Campus in Dalton, GA.
June 26, 2017
Southern Crescent Technical College, Henry County Campus, held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct the second phase of a planned campus that will address the workforce needs of the area.
GSFIC recently hosted a 1-day workshop to help the vendor community learn how to engage more successfully. This event included an Executive Review with Marvin Woodward as well as specialized sessions from Procurement, Construction Services, Design Review Group, ADA and Quality Assurance.
The University of West Georgia celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony to begin the $17.5 million renovation and addition to the biology building. This project will involve the renovation of 72,540 GSF and 10,000 GSF of new construction.
The Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the $16.9 million renovation of the Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital (IRH) and Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) north and east wing facilities.
October 20, 2016
Georgia Gwinnett College celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open a new 51,000 GSF academic classroom building. The building has been designed to allow for an additional phase at some point in the future.
The University of Georgia held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open a new 122,500 GSF undergraduate science learning center at a cost of approximately $40 million dollars.
The University and Technical College systems of Georgia have collaborated to construct a 31,000 SF veteran’s education career transition resource center- known as the VECTR Center- in Warner Robins.
GSFIC recently hosted a 1-day workshop to help the vendor community learn how engage more successfully. This event included an Executive Review with Marvin Woodward as well as specialized sessions from Procurement, Project Management, DRG, ADA and Quality Assurance.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open a new science building. The 20,808 SF building includes classrooms for biology, chemistry, physics, cell biology and microbiology labs.
Georgia Military College held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct a 10,000 to 12,500 square foot military science building. The estimated cost of construction is $2.23 million.
4.12.2016. Albany State University held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct an 80,279 gross square foot fine arts center. The estimated project cost is $18.5 million.
3-17-2016. Coastal Pines Technical College held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct a new classroom building. The 14,795 gross square foot building will cost approximately $2.961 million, to be completed Jan 2017.
2.26.2016. Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open their new $15.4 million health services center.
3.4.2016. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the construction of the first building located at the Gwinnett Technical College’s Alpharetta-Fulton campus. The building has over 93,000 GSF and cost $19.3 million.
Albany Technical College held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct a pedestrian bridge over Slappey Boulevard.
The University of Georgia’s Terry School of Business held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct an addition to Correll Hall.
Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) held a groundbreaking ceremony to construct a new 51,000 GSF academic classroom building. The building will be designed to allow for an additional phase in the future.
Clayton State University held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new 58,610 square foot science building.
Georgia State University held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new $62.74 million law library.
A ceremony was held today to kick off the Department of Juvenile Justice’s construction project for a regional youth detention center in Terrell County.