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Georgia Institute of Technology Price Gilbert Library and Crosland Tower Renewal

The Price Gilbert Library was built in 1953, and the Crosland Tower came soon after in 1968—which meant that Georgia Tech’s library complex needed a renovation. The college had a vision to transform their conventional library into a next-generation library—an innovative, modern, and inviting environment. By developing these historic buildings in the heart of the campus into a fresh, technology-rich space, we were able to provide advanced opportunities for students.


Georgia Institute of Technology

Project Stats

222,810 sq ft


Seeking LEED Silver Certification
ENR Southeast Award of Merit

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