Built steps away from the Georgia State Capitol on the site of the former Georgia Archives building, the new $130 million Nathan Deal Judicial Center is the latest addition to downtown Atlanta’s skyline.
The seven-story, 200,000-square-foot structure, designed by Stevens & Wilkinson and Robert A.M. Stern Architects, took nearly 10 years from concept to construction.
Join July’s Architects Roundtable as three members of the project team discuss the planning, programming, design, and construction of the facility, which sought to “create a dialogue” between the nearby Gold Dome.
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Photo: Stevens & Wilkinson
- Discuss the GSFIC procurement process for design and construction
- Address the complex demolition challenges that the team faced with the demolition of the Archives Building
- Discuss the design challenges of designing an iconic State building and fulfilling the needs of many owner constituencies
- Share the construction successes and how the team was able to meet budget, schedule and quality requirements