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© Richard Leo Johnson

Adaptive Reuse of Historic Tift, Lewis, and Herring Halls

ABAC, Tifton, Georgia - 2013 Merit Award - Greenline Architecture

One of the few remaining of the original twelve Georgia A&M campuses built circa 1908, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College’s Tift, Lewis and Herring Halls stood as an abandoned testament to the college’s early history. The renovation/adaptive reuse revived these buildings to a captivating and lively campus gateway.