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Centrally located in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia Tech's 400-acre campus is recognized regularly for its beauty and commitment to environmental sustainability.

The College of Engineering and its eight schools occupy more than 1.4 million square feet on the Georgia Tech campus, and several new buildings are under construction. From the design studios to the labs, our facilities are integral to the learning and research environment on campus. These buildings contain high-tech classrooms and extensive research and computer laboratories.

  • Aerospace Engineering has 7 buildings holding approximately 103,000 square feet.
  • Biomedical Engineering has 3 buildings holding approximately 85,000 square feet.
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering has 6 buildings holding approximately 126,000 square feet.
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has 5 buildings holding approximately 108,000 square feet.
  • College of Engineering has 2 buildings holding approximately 15,000 square feet.
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering has 8 buildings holding approximately 205,000 square feet.
  • Industrial and Systems Engineering has 3 buildings holding approximately 68,000 square feet.
  • Mechanical Engineering has 7 buildings holding approximately 160,000 square feet.
  • Materials Science and Engineering has 5 buildings holding approximately 102,000 square feet.
  • National Electric Energy Testing Research & Applications Center has 5 buildings holding approximately 48,000 square feet.