1175 Peachtree Street
NE Suite #700
Atlanta, GA 30361
Syska Hennessy Group opened its Atlanta office doors in 2003 with a few dedicated employees, and is now home to 30 professionals, comprising engineers with more than 30+ years of experience. Almost half are local graduates from Georgia Institute of Technology…go Yellow Jackets!
We provide all of the firm’s services, including but not limited to MEP, fire protection, building assessments and infrastructure upgrades, commissioning, technology, audiovisual, security, and energy modeling and efficiency design. Our team’s résumé includes the design of the state-of-the-art Georgia Aquarium and nationally acclaimed College Football Hall of Fame.
In addition, Syska Hennessy Group’s Atlanta team has worked on complex projects in the data center, commercial building, healthcare, retail, government, courthouse and cultural building sectors. The firm’s director of critical facilities, James Coe, resides in this office, providing his expertise in the critical-facility and data-center world.
Syska Atlanta serves as a hub across the Southeast region and has overseen work on several significant projects throughout the Southeast region over the last few years, including multiple T5 Data Centers, Lockheed Martin, C Spire Data Center and Verizon.
Syska Atlanta provides technical support for our offices in the Middle East and China as well as performing the design work for projects in Canada, especially in Toronto and Edmonton. In fact, one of the firm’s registered engineers licensed in Ontario, Canada, is based out of our Atlanta office. A recently completed data center for a confidential client became the very first LEED Gold data center in Canada, a sustainability achievement that we are proud of!
We’ve engineered quite a number of notable projects, which recently include:
The Atlanta office established a specialized team of employees who champion our efforts at supporting our community. Recently, the team worked with Habitat for Humanity and Toys for Tots, and participated in a Trees Atlanta autumn event.