Middle Georgia State University is about to start work on a new academic building. The school will hold a groundbreaking ceremony and reception at 10 a.m. Nov. 30. The events are free and open to the public.
The 13,250-square-foot STEM (science, technology, engineer and math) building, which is state-funded, will be on the south end of the Warner Robins campus, connected to Oak Hall. It will feature labs, technology-based classrooms and a lecture hall.
Lyman Davidson Dooly is the building architect, Parramore & Quinn is the program manager and Piedmont Construction is the construction manager.