A new era in the Georgia Tech golf program began on February 17, 2017 with the grand
opening of the Noonan Golf Facility, a 13-acre complex on the edge of the Tech campus in
midtown Atlanta where the Yellow Jackets can practice and work on every part of their
games on a daily basis.

The project consisted of three separate buildings, a clubhouse, hitting bay building, and
maintenance building. The clubhouse includes locker rooms, showers, a large lounge
complete with kitchen/bar, a washer, dryer, and television screens everywhere.
The wood framed building with brick veneer and standing seam metal roofing, elaborate
wood finishes, ceramic wall and floor tiling, quartz stone countertops, tongue & groove
wood ceilings and extensive wall graphics.

The Kuchar hitting bays includes three artificial turf hitting bays, all connected to extensive
movement tracking software and hardware so that golf shots can be analyzed on video and
with devices that monitor club head speed, weight on front foot vs. back foot, on toes vs.
heels, club angle, ball velocity, and more.

The buildings were completed on budget, despite an aggressive completion date. The
Institute’s golf team was able to begin use as scheduled despite well over a month of
unforeseen delays due to existing soil conditions. This project did include preconstruction
services and was delivered via a CM at Risk with a GMP.

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