Base-Buildings, Construction Management at Risk, Library, Municipal, Renovation/Addition

DeKalb County Library Program: Various Locations in DeKalb County, GA

Hogan Construction Group was awarded seven of the nine projects that make up the DeKalb County Library Bond Program. This program consists of seven library projects which include new construction, addition, renovation and replacement facilities. Four of the library projects are completed and open to the public. The facilities include:

  • Embry Hills Branch Library — 4,000 SF Addition
  • Northlake Branch Library — 5,000 SF Renovation/Addition
  • Stonecrest Branch Library (LEED Project) — 25,000 SF New Facility
  • Toco Hill Branch Library (LEED Silver) — 16,800 SF New Facility
  • Tucker Branch Library (LEED Silver) —25,000 SF New Facility
  • Ellenwood Branch Library (LEED Project) — New Facility, Currently in Preconstruction
  • Scott Candler Library (LEED Project) — New Facility

Hogan is adding a total of 113,800 square feet of additional library space to better meet the community’s needs. The improvements increase the County’s ability to better educate and provide learning and cultural programs for patrons of all ages. Each addition was designed by different architectural firms. However, Hogan was selected to provide a comprehensive Construction Manager at Risk delivery method which included Preconstruction Services, LEED evaluation for each project, as well as Construction Services.

Hogan exceeded the 20% MBE participation for this entire program.

Client Quote:

“The decision to entrust seven of the nine library bond projects to the Hogan Construction Group has proved to be on of the best decisions that the county could have made. The management team performed superbly…from estimating, collaborating with the design team to value engineer projects to meet scope, budget, quality and schedule, and subcontractor selection and management.”

Aaron Worthy, Program Manager
DeKalb County Library Bond Construction Program


Project Awards:

Winner Construction Management Association of America Award for New Building Construction Valued $10 Million – $30 Million

DeKalb Various Libraries