UGA’s Terry College of Business Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the Business Learning Community

Photo of UGA Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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.

Photo of GSFIC Staff with Governor Kemp

GSFIC began construction of the final phase of the Business Learning Community in July 2017, which includes two buildings—Ivester Hall, and Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall—separated by Coca-Cola Plaza. With all six buildings now complete and in one central location, the Business Learning Community allows for a connected and collaborative space for learning.  

The Business Learning Community features modern classrooms, spacious auditoriums, and state-of-the-art labs that will be utilized for sales and marketing research. UGA’s Terry College of Business will now evolve into a unified community where students have the opportunity to study, research, and interact with other students and faculty in one central location.  

Quick Facts:

GSFIC Project Manager: Demaurio Starks

GSFIC Construction Compliance Specialist: Tom Ray

Design Professional: Collins Cooper Carusi/RAMSA

Construction Professional: Turner Construction Company

Project Timeline: 13 months

Project Cost: $32.8 million