Design and Construction Standards and University Archtect's Campus Design Guidelines
Emory’s Design and Construction Standards provide architects, engineers, design consultants and contractors with specific standards and specifications for construction activity on Emory University property. They serve to summarize principles unique to the University’s aesthetic and structural preferences, specialized nature of each facility, requirements applied by the University’s insurance carrier, and knowledge gained from experience with construction, operations and maintenance issues.
Emory's Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) department maintains additional Design Specifications. Architects, engineering consultants must adhere to these requirements when addressing communications needs for new and renovated buildings.
Emory University has several design guidelines to facilitate consistent design aesthetics for campus grounds, buildings and the needs of programmed interior spaces. Campus Master Plan and 2012 Campus Design Guidelines
Classroom and interior guidelines are maintained and produced by Emory College.
Sustainability reporting and LEED score sheets are available for new buildings pursuing LEED certification. Visit Engineering Services for more information regarding Emory University's energy conservation and sustainability efforts. Additional green building information can be found on Emory University's Office of Sustainability Initiatives website.