The Edgar L. Rhodes Animal and Dairy Science building represented a major expansion to the veterinary program at the University of Georgia. Columbia provided civil engineering design, landscape design and irrigation design for the project. The site had complex water, sanitary and storm sewer issues which needed to be resolved. Balancing the earthwork construction was a critical component of the project. Columbia worked with the maintenance staff to design an interesting but low maintenance landscape for the building. Parking needs for the building were also addressed. The veterinary faculty was involved in the design of pasture areas, chutes and gates to handle the movement of animals from the pasture areas to the entrance to the building.
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