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Oxford College of Emory University Language Hall

Oxford, Georgia

Language Hall, originally constructed in 1848 underwent an extensive historic restoration in 2013. This historic academic building on Emory University’s Oxford College campus was restored to its original floorplan and incorporated a 2,350 square foot addition. With historic preservation and sustainability at the forefront of construction, many historic building components were revealed and re-used throughout the renovation and addition. Language Hall is made up of classrooms, faculty offices, and ancillary space. 

Project at a glance

Client

Client

Oxford College of Emory University

Design Firm

Design Firm

Lord Aeck Sargent

Size

Size

5,900 SF

Awards

Awards

  • ENR Southeast Best Project Award
  • ABC of Georgia Oblesik Award

The historic nature of the project was pivotal and Juneau addressed it with great sensitivity and experience. Juneau’s commitment to Emory’s satisfaction was evident in every action. Juneau’s flexibility and effectiveness in dealing with unexpected developments were essential to the success of this project.

Marguerite Abd El-Shahid Board of Regents, formerly with Emory University