In February 2014, BNIM and a multi-disciplinary team of high performance, integrated design consultants were contracted by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia to provide comprehensive design services to adaptively reuse Price Gilbert Memorial Library and Crosland Tower on the Georgia Institute of Technology Campus. The two buildings will be transformed into Georgia Tech’s vision for the Research Library of the 21st Century. The project is a critical initiative of the Campus Strategic Plan and vision for transforming the campus into a knowledge-based community, including deepening its connection and interaction with Atlanta and the State of Georgia and redefining the role of the University. Defining the Research Library of the 21st Century was an intentional, focused and informed process involving the entire campus.
Two talented BNIM designers were recently recognized for their contributions to the community and to the design profession.