Help Georgia Tech Plan for Tech Square's Future

<p>Tech Square Phase III rendering</p>

Tech Square Phase III rendering

The Office of Capital Planning and Space Management is seeking input from the entire Georgia Tech community as planning ramps up for Tech Square Phase III. Students, faculty, and staff are asked to provide feedback on their favorite open spaces, work and study spaces, eating destinations, and more. Plus, you can draw your typical routes through the district, rate spaces, and leave comments.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes. It should work on most mobile devices but may be easier to navigate on a larger screen. Instructions on how to use the survey are posted on the welcome screen.

Information gathered from the survey will also be used to inform a 10-year strategic plan for the Tech Square district, being developed by Capital Planning and Space Management.

The survey will close at midnight on Monday, Jan. 20. Click here to participate.

In August, Georgia Tech announced that Tech Square Phase III would include Scheller Tower, a new building for the Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business. Last spring, Georgia Tech received approval from the Board of Regents, the state legislature, and Gov. Brian Kemp to provide state funding for the architectural design of Tech Square Phase III. Pending full project funding and approval by the Board of Regents and the governor, construction could begin as early as the summer of 2020 and could conclude by the end of 2022.

Tech Square Phase III will be located on the northwest corner of West Peachtree and Fifth Streets and will include an additional tower for the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, as well as for other programming.

<p>Tech Square</p>

Tech Square

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Tameka Wimberly

Capital Planning and Space Management