East Tennessee State University

Campus Quad Renovation

Johnson City, Tennessee

JAI had the opportunity to assess multiple facilities at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) for adherence to code compliance and accessibility issues. After a thorough evaluation of 10 buildings across campus, entrances to eight buildings underwent renovations. During the evaluation process, the project expanded to include the design and construction of a new Campus Quad in an area previously used for service access and parking. This beautiful corridor creates a welcoming environment for students and features grassy areas with landscaping, pedestrian-friendly walkways and a relocated Veterans’ Memorial.

JAI had the opportunity to assess multiple facilities at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) for adherence to code compliance and accessibility issues. After a thorough evaluation of 10 buildings across campus, entrances to eight buildings underwent renovations. During the evaluation process, the project expanded to include the design and construction of a new Campus Quad in an area previously used for service access and parking. This beautiful corridor creates a welcoming environment for students and features grassy areas with landscaping, pedestrian-friendly walkways and a relocated Veterans’ Memorial.


“I couldn’t have suspected what a really stunning space the quad would become. The facade in front of Brooks gym and the hardscaping around the other buildings completely transform the area, and the huge expanse of green and curving sidewalks are so soothing.”

Bill Kirkwood
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education; Executive Director, Planning and Analysis
East Tennessee State University

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East Tennessee State University

Campus Quad Renovation

Johnson City, Tennessee

Client

Tennessee Board of Regents

Size

Completion

2014

Cost

Services Provided

Master Planning
Architectural Design
Key Personnel Test

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Awards

Address(es)

1127 John Robert Bell Drive,Johnson City,Tennessee,37614
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Civil
Mark V. Graham Engineering Consultants, PLLC
Structural
Fulghum MacIndoe & Associates, Inc.
M, P, FP
Kelso-Regen Associates, Inc.
Electrical
Vreeland Engineers, Inc.

Reference(s)

East Tennessee State University

Campus Quad Renovation

Johnson City, Tennessee

JAI had the opportunity to assess multiple facilities at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) for adherence to code compliance and accessibility issues. After a thorough evaluation of 10 buildings across campus, entrances to eight buildings underwent renovations. During the evaluation process, the project expanded to include the design and construction of a new Campus Quad in an area previously used for service access and parking. This beautiful corridor creates a welcoming environment for students and features grassy areas with landscaping, pedestrian-friendly walkways and a relocated Veterans’ Memorial.

PROJECT DETAILS

JAI had the opportunity to assess multiple facilities at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) for adherence to code compliance and accessibility issues. After a thorough evaluation of 10 buildings across campus, entrances to eight buildings underwent renovations. During the evaluation process, the project expanded to include the design and construction of a new Campus Quad in an area previously used for service access and parking. This beautiful corridor creates a welcoming environment for students and features grassy areas with landscaping, pedestrian-friendly walkways and a relocated Veterans’ Memorial.


“I couldn’t have suspected what a really stunning space the quad would become. The facade in front of Brooks gym and the hardscaping around the other buildings completely transform the area, and the huge expanse of green and curving sidewalks are so soothing.”

Bill Kirkwood
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education; Executive Director, Planning and Analysis
East Tennessee State University

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