Something is missing from the Georgia State University College of Law new building site. McCarthy Building Companies Inc. decommissioned the construction trailers in March and moved into the ground floor of the new building, which now has electricity.
Landscaping and sidewalks take up the areas once occupied by the trailers. With a few… more »
Twenty-four thousand square foot of stone cladding is being installed on Georgia State University College of Law’s new building this month, marking another construction milestone by McCarthy Building Cos.
Limestone panels are being installed on the southeast side of the building with that section being completed by the end of November.
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Georgia State University College of Law and McCarthy Building Cos. began enclosing the new building in September with 70,000 square feet of glass windows, marking another major construction milestone for the $82.5 million facility.
After breaking ground a year ago, Georgia State Law and McCarthy topped out the seventh and final… more »
ATLANTA – Shelby Grubbs has joined the Georgia State University College of Law as the director of international initiatives in the Consortium for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (CNCR) and will be executive director of the Atlanta International Arbitration and Mediation Center when the law school’s new… more »
As the National Anthem played, construction workers hoisted a flag atop the new Georgia State University College of Law building Wednesday during a lunch “topping out” ceremony.
The ceremony, sponsored by McCarthy Building Cos., celebrates the construction milestone of placing the last structural beam on the new $82.5 million facility, the first building… more »
Throughout his prestigious career of more than 55 years, attorney Miles J. Alexander has earned an international reputation as one of the world’s leading trademark lawyers. On May 6, Georgia State University College of Law honored him with the 2014 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award.
“It is humbling to receive awards from organizations… more »