Another step has been taken in Sandy Springs' City Center project.
The city has chosen Rosser International, Inc. to serve as the architect to lead the design process for the civic facility, which will be part of the City Center project. Sandy Springs also has announced it's selected Johnson Consulting to help the city explore multiple use opportunities for the facility.
The city made the announcements Tuesday afternoon.
“These two firms were chosen for their creativity and extensive experience, including a track record of committing to community engagement which is critical as we develop the City Center,” said Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough.
Atlanta-based Rosser has worked on the World of Coca-Cola Museum in Atlanta, the Performing Arts Center in Greensboro, North Carolina and the Arena at Gwinnett Center projects.
The company will help in phase one of the project, which includes laying out visual goals and creating a conceptual design of the facility.
Johnson Consulting will help the city determine best uses for the facility’s performing arts and meeting spaces.
Sandy Springs issued a Request for Proposals last month for a master developer to assist the city in comprehensive development of City Center. Responses to the RFP are due on March 28, with a contract slated to be signed in mid-summer.