brittain dining hall at georgia tech

The Brittain Dining Hall Project, located at the Georgia Institute of Technology, consisted of the complete renovation of the dish-wash room including installation of new dish return line, new ceilings and new tile wall finishes. Also included in the Humphries scope was the partial renovation of the main kitchen and back-of-house areas, including all new ceilings, tile walls, electrical panel upgrades, and new air distribution. The servery area was renovated, including all new ceilings, new lighting, floor finishes, new solid surface tops, and stripping and refinishing of cabinetry. The main Dining Hall received a cosmetic renovation including new wainscot, paint throughout, floor refurbishing, and the repair of water damaged ceiling timbers. The project also included refurbishing the existing restrooms as well as repairing and waterproofing the northwest exterior façade.

Project Location

Atlanta, GA


Georgia Institute of Technology


May Architecture

Project Size

11,204 SF




Since 1981, Humphries has worked on projects in Atlanta and across the Southeast region ranging from small office build-outs to large-scale building repositioning projects with the top developer and architectural firms, and everything in between. Over the last 15 years, Humphries has completed more than $1 billion of interior construction projects in the Atlanta metropolitan area.