Georgia Tech University’s Men and Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field teams received a new student-athlete building, including impressive locker rooms.
At the beginning of 2023, Georgia Tech unveiled the Michael K. Anderson Building to their track and field/cross country teams. The $2.8 million dollar project provided the teams and coaches with a newly renovated space with a place to lounge, train, and recover.
The remodel included new locker room renovations for the players and coaches to prepare them for their upcoming season. With a sport that requires minimal gear, the goal was to provide a locker layout with ample space for storing uniforms. Behind the locker’s door, athletes will find a fully exposed interior providing loads of hanging space and dedicated shoe drawers.
Each locker is equipped with an integrated bench with a lower pull-out drawer for additional uniform or personal storage. The design optimizes space within the locker room, giving the team an area to socialiaze and meet without feeling too crowded.
- Personal lockbox with USB charging capabilities
- Marine Grade Vinyl integrated bench
- Lower pull-out drawer with Aluminum grille for ventilation
- Toe Kick LED Lighting
- Built-in cleat shelves
- Ample hanging space for uniforms
With the renovation complete, the teams have a luxurious place to call home. With its modern design, ample space, and updated amenities, the athletes now have a comfortable and functional locker room for the season and years to come.
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