The Middle Georgia State University Professional Sciences and Graduate Building in Macon, Georgia is a 105,000-square-foot building housing four major areas: the Graduate Conference Center, Nursing and Health Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics and Student/Faculty/Building support. The $21.5 million dollar building accommodates Professional Sciences, Business and Information Technology, and the Graduate Conferencing Center. The building was designed by TVS Design of Atlanta, Georgia and SP Design of Macon, Georgia. It was constructed by Chris R. Sheridan Construction of Macon and was completed in 2009. GEC provided Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Site Assessment, Asbestos Inspection and Abatement Oversight, NPDES Inspections, and the Construction Materials Testing for the project.