Augusta State University Allgood Hall
Project Location: Augusta, Georgia
Project Scope: 115,000 sf, $14 million
Completion Date: 2002
The mission was to create Allgood Hall as a recognizable gateway for all the academic buildings and maintain sensitivity to the historic southern style campus. The blend of bricks with custom trimwork projects a persona of strength and integrity for this gateway building.
Allgood Hall houses technologically advanced classroom spaces which allow professors to give each student a 21st century learning experience.
The interior spaces are integrated in a logical pattern and provide comfort in light, sound and temperature. The facility features distributive learning classrooms, labs, faculty offices, and a variety of student study spaces.
Woodhurst Partners served as Associate Architects.
- Master Planning
- Interior Space planning
- Construction Administration
Sizemore Group was wonderful to work with. This project was extremely challenging because of its location between a new 120,000 square foot and a national historical landmark, circa 1826, 3,000 square foot building. They designed a building that ft beautifully both in size and in design. These architects really listen and strive to give the customer what they want.
– Kathy B. Hamrick, Ed.D., Special Coordinator of Academic and Master Planning, ASU