Business school rising out of the ground

After several months of ground-level work, the new Goizueta Business School building is becoming more visible to passers-by. Construction began last fall on the five-story, $25-million project which will include a 200-seat auditorium, offices, classrooms and an Executive Education area. Each of the classrooms will accommodate 65 students. The building's street level will be on the second floor. While most of the first floor will be below grade, one side of the floor will face onto a courtyard similar to an existing courtyard near the Glenn Church School Building. Scheduled for completion in late spring or early summer of 1997, the business school building was designed by Kallmann, McKinnell and Wood Architects of Boston. The general contractor is Holder Construction, the same firm that served as general contractor for The Carter Center's Ivan Allen III Pavilion.

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