Progress made in University's infrastructure

Before the issues set forth in Choices & Responsibility were articulated, the University had begun a building program to help close the gap between Emory's infrastructure and the needs of the community. Progress on this front continues. Since 1994 Emory has added or renovated about 1.4 million gross square feet of space, and another 830,000 gross square feet are in progress.

New and renovated space gross square feet

Biochemistry Connector 23,500

Chappell Park 1,600

Rollins Public Health Building 140,000

Harris Hall (residence) 69,000

Hotel Conference Center 182,418

Hugh F. McMillan Law Library 60,000

Michael Street Deck III 250,380

North Decatur Building 126,000

Jolley Residence Complex 48,400

Peavine Deck II 287,000

Smith-Hopkins-Thomas Residence Complex 68,000

Studio Arts Facility 8,065

Woodruff Memorial Research Building Addition 144,750

In progress or planned construction

1525 Clifton Road Building 78,000

Atwood Chemistry Center renovation 50,000

Clinic Addition, sixth and seventh floors 85,145

Walker-Callaway Memorial Center 55,000

New Clinic Deck 150,000

Goizueta Business School Building 120,000

Woodruff Library Addition 86,000

Woodruff Memorial Research Building 210,000

Planning in progress

Arts Center

Atwood Chemistry Center Expansion

Life Sciences Building II

Medical Education Building

New Physics Building

Nursing School

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