Emory Turman Residence Hall

Emory University
Atlanta, Ga

Emory Turman Residence Hall

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Emory’s new Turman Hall, one of the first “green” residence halls in Georgia, opened its doors to new students this fall—the first in a planned complex of up to nine residence halls that will increase the number of undergraduates living on campus. Several new halls are being built while older ones such as Gilbert, Thomson, and Turman West are being demolished.

Turman is a five-story, 44,000-square-foot residence hall with 132 beds plus two apartments. Seventy-eight percent of the construction waste from the project was recycled. The flooring is mostly bamboo, and all carpet has a very high recycled fiber content. As part of the building’s energy conservation features, Energy Star appliances are installed throughout. Energy consumption for the building will be displayed on a monitor in the lobby, a tactic designed to encourage friendly competition among residence halls


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