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University of North Georgia (UNG), STEM Building Pre-Program and Conceptual Design

UNG STEM Exterior Aerial

Project Stats


University of North Georgia 


65,000 SF


Higher Education


Master Planning

Creating a vision.

The University of North Georgia (UNG) is planning for a new STEM building to provide state-of-the-art chemistry and physics labs, classrooms, and faculty offices, as well as an Innovation Center to connect and collaborate with regional industry partners. It will house a new engineering program and be a draw and retention tool. The building will connect with the existing Health and Natural Sciences building across a major street with an enclosed pedestrian bridge- for safety and 24/7 access. It will be designed and constructed in two phases.

The planning and programming phase created a vision and roadmap for the project implementation. To confirm the project was feasible, the program and concept design was vetted and a Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) cost estimate was developed. Stakeholder interviews and workshops were conducted to understand the current and future teaching and facilities needs. Planning deliverables also included a program spreadsheet by space and size, room data sheets, blocking and stacking floor plan diagrams, and multiple renderings. UNG is using the programming and visioning materials to obtain funding for the design, construction, and furniture/ equipment for the project.

UNG STEM interior

Throughout this engagement, Corgan has been a pleasure to work with.  Their professionalism, depth of knowledge and relevant resources has yielded a product that has been universally lauded by the STEM group and exceeded our expectations for quality and thoroughness. 

John Orrison, BSCE, MBA, PE - UNG STEM Advisory Board
UNG STEM Exterior

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