Rollins School of Public Health R. Randall Rollins Building
Emory University

KSi Structural Engineers, a member of Wallace Design Collective provided structural engineering services for the newest and largest addition to the Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health complex. The new facility is a 10-story, 185,000 square foot building that provides much needed classroom, collaboration and office space to support the school’s public health mission. In addition the facility houses a large multi-function event space, an occupiable green roof terrace, a concealed, below grade loading dock housed within the building footprint, and direct pedestrian connections to the adjacent Grace Crum Rollins and Claudia Nance Rollins buildings. The building is a concrete framed structure but integrates structural steel framing above the large, tier classroom spaces and multi-function spaces to achieve the required column free spaces.

photos: ©Firewater Photography


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