The words “Lecture Hall” and “Active Learning” are not mutually exclusive. Take a look at our vision for Howey Physics Building’s c. 1967 lecture halls at Georgia Tech. With minor adjustments to the existing stepped concrete auditorium floors, along with a few other simple shifts, these four lecture rooms are no longer limited to traditional lecture style teaching. The changes will also allow students to work together in small groups supporting an Active Learning style of curriculum delivery.

With an emphasis on respecting the historic character of the structure, while balancing the needs for improved instructional space, the renovation includes updated finishes, seating replacement, ADA analysis and accessible seating options. Updated, mechanical, electrical, lighting, and audio-visual systems were upgraded to provide integrated solutions for current and future instructional needs.

  • ClientGeorgia Institute of Technology
  • LocationAtlanta, Georgia
  • Project Size15,275 square feet