The Georgia Tech football facility is the oldest in Division I and was host to its first collegiate games before World War I. A few years later, John Heisman led the program to its first of four national championships. The newly-renovated, 8,100 sq. ft. football team’s locker room, located at Bobby Dodd Stadium at historic Grant Field, looked to honor the past history of the program with an eye to the future. The new locker rooms include a large focal feature on the ceiling for the team to gather around, 116 ventilated lockers each with a 15-inch digital video screen that can be used as a nameplate or to display highlights, sleek interior finishes, adjustable lighting, upgraded MEP/FP systems, as well as new sinks, toilets, and showers. The trademark GT hexagonal pattern is expressed throughout the design tying the lockers, ceiling feature, graphics, and even the tile accenting around the spas into a cohesive and consistent branding element.
Photos courtesy of KL Moore Photography