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Design. Technology. Engagement.
As a part of one of the top technological universities in the United States, we naturally have a passion for design thinking and technology. Our students and faculty are constantly breaking new ground, and taking their ideas out into the real world – globally and locally.
The Stage Street development offers an integrated, mixed-use, mixed-income program with a pedestrian orientation and social spaces to help Atlantans break the fourth wall of culture by stepping out of their private spaces and onto the stage of a shared Midtown experience.
The Architectural Division of the American Composites Manufacturing Association (ACMA) has invited a select group of institutions to participate in an exciting material investigation focused on novel means of integration of composite constructions into architectural production.
The idea is for students to create prototypes that solve problems, though projects at the Expos are as diverse as the students themselves.
Malek Boulos Bitar recounts his experience as a graduate student studying Integrated Project Delivery Systems (IPDS) in the School of Building Construction.
Students and Family
A four-day immersion course dealing with: the organization of BIM data, its use in BIM tools during construction planning and execution, use of BIM models in time, space, and quality, their benefits and weaknesses.
We invite scholars and activists to learn from and act on research about Atlanta’s mobilities, including that of its central city and the broader metropolitan area.
In May of each year, the Digital Building Lab in the College of Architecture holds a symposium reviewing new technologies and processes in the building industries.