Albro-Falconer-Manley Science Center – Spelman College

The Albro-Falconer-Manley Science Center is a beautiful, state-of-the-art research and training facility on the campus of Spelman College. Completed in 2000, it houses the biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and computer sciences departments. It is a site for intellectual exchange and scientific creativity, accommodating current research and teaching practices [...]

By | January 21st, 2018|

Cambridge Bethany Bend High School – Fulton County Schools

Cambridge Bethany Bend High School, designed by Atlanta based CGLS Architects, is a 320,885 square foot facility located in Milton, Georgia. The two-story facility includes 99 instructional rooms including classrooms, science labs for chemistry and physical sciences, media labs, and writing centers. Featuring a cafeteria and interior [...]

By | January 19th, 2018|

Laboratory Sciences Building – Georgia Gwinnett College

Georgia’s newest four-year institution, Georgia Gwinnett College, constructed this 24,000 SF facility to house laboratories, classrooms, and offices in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Completed in August 2011, this facility was built to accommodate the rapid growth of the student body. CxGBS was contracted to provide fundamental commissioning of the [...]

By | January 19th, 2018|

U.S.D.A. Level 1 Energy Audit

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) annually performs energy audits and water surveys for one-quarter of facilities that are in the top three-quarters of energy consumers at the department level. The goal is to assist the USDA energy team in understanding where the building performs relative [...]

By | July 24th, 2017|

Benjamin Banneker High School

Benjamin Banneker High School in Metro Atlanta is Fulton County School District’s newest high school and a flagship school in sustainability and innovation. The replacement project included design and construction of a new 340,000 SF facility, demolition of the existing high school, renovations to the sports stadium, [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|

Georgia Gwinnett College C3 Academic Building

Our second project to commission for Georgia Gwinnett College, the C3 Academic building is a new three-story facility housing classrooms, offices, and support functions. Surrounded by a combination of light gauge steel frame masonry-clad cavity wall and curtain wall systems, the building mechanical systems included an air-cooled chiller, [...]

By | October 20th, 2016|

Oak Ridge High School

The Oak Ridge High School renovation was an occupied building project and a great success, achieving LEED Silver certification, an indicator that they are a leader in energy efficiency and environmental design and that they have a concern about the ever-changing environment. The school was also recognized for [...]

By | September 17th, 2016|

Alabama 4-H Environmental Education Facility

Established in 1994, the Alabama 4-H Science School prides itself in providing quality experiential, environmental education through adventure, outdoor, and science classes. Serving over 3,000 students yearly, the facility prides itself on serving a wide variety of students, whether K through 12 school groups, college students, or private groups. [...]

By | September 17th, 2016|

Marshall Space Flight Center

Built in 1957 and having undergone numerous renovations over the years, the building was not meeting occupant or laboratory requirements to support the NASA mission. With significant moisture intrusion as well as indoor air quality issues and with energy consumption levels three times that of comparable buildings on [...]

By | September 17th, 2016|

Wise Center School of Veterinary Medicine – Mississippi State University

CxGBS’s work on the Wise Veterinary Center included three separate projects within the facility: commissioning of storm damage repair of the three-story, 376,000 SF Animal Health Center, commissioning of a new 15,000 SF Necropsy facility housing labs and classrooms, and commissioning of a 12,920 SF addition, providing additional classroom and [...]

By | September 17th, 2016|