Video case study: Berry College turns to Integrity for new construction and renovation
By John Kirchner
December 20, 2012
Berry College in Rome, Georgia, is one of the largest college campuses in the world, covering more than 26,000 acres with buildings of all ages and sizes. When the stakes were high for aesthetics and performance, the college and its architects counted on Marvin brands to deliver what was needed for a range of new construction and renovation around campus.
The projects included:
- Morgan and Deerfield residence halls: new construction, 117,000 total square feet with 357 openings
- The Cage Center: new construction, 130,000 square feet with 233 openings
- Dana residence hall: renovation and additions, 70,000 square feet with 261 openings
The Marvin family of brands — Marvin, Integrity and Infinity – were all used across these projects. In the video below, architect Tim Fish from the Atlanta firm Cooper Carry explains how and why Integrity windows were used for a variety of applications.