Brannen Hall Renovation
Georgia Southern University
Georgia Southern University selected Garbutt|Christman as construction manager in collaboration with Lord, Aeck & Sargent and Palmer Architects to rehabilitate Brannen Hall, a three story brick and concrete building constructed in 1963 to serve as a women’s dormitory. The rehabilitation adapted the former dormitory building for use by the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science as faculty offices and labs for the Department of Psychology, as well as administrative offices for other departments. The goal of the project was to keep the exterior intact, retaining the building’s original character, while making the alterations necessary for the new use. Garbutt|Christman provided all preconstruction and construction management services for this project.
Bryan Rountree, Project Manager
I was kept fully informed throughout the process, my input and questions were both listened to and encouraged, and weekly meetings were used to address issues in a proactive manner. Especially noteworthy is how well Garbutt coordinated efforts and worked collaboratively with design members at Lord, Aeck & Sargent and Palmer Architects.