Building 2264 will house first-year students in double-occupancy rooms beginning in fall 2022. Construction on the project began in December 2020 and will conclude in July 2022, just in time for UGA to welcome the first-year fall class of 2026. The building features an exterior courtyard and redesigned bus stop along Cloverhurst Avenue and is the first new residence
hall since the construction of Rutherford Hall in 2013.
Residents will enjoy in-room temperature control and privacy-enhanced community bathrooms, as well as extensive shared lounge and study areas to support academic success and personal growth.
2264 by the numbers:
Project cost: $50 million
Square feet: 120,500
Construction time: 19 months
CONCRETE POUR DATES
We are continuing weekly concrete pours for Building 2264 through June. This activity, which begins early due to the longer cure times for concrete when the weather is cool, will happen once a week through the remainder of the semester except for on Reading Day and throughout finals.
Here’s what nearby residents can expect:
– Site activity will begin between 4 a.m. There may be increased truck traffic in the area and backup signal noise
– The construction site will be lit during the pours, but the contractors have adjusted lights to minimize illuminating any adjacent residence halls