Middle Georgia College in Cochran, Ga., has completed construction of three residence halls. Gateway Residence Hall is suite-style housing where students have a single room and share a common bath with one other student. The three-story, 88,125-square-foot facility has 296 rooms in two wings. Harris Hall replaced a residence hall by the same name that was demolished. At 56,100 square feet, the three-story structure has 156 beds. Apartment-style units each have four bedrooms, two baths, a living room and a kitchenette with a full-size refrigerator, sink and counter. Anderson Hall is a 59,886-square-foot, 257-bed building with 63 units, each including two double occupancy rooms that share a bath. The three-story building will accommodate an eventual student population of 250 in the Georgia Academy of Aviation, Mathematics and Engineering Science (GAMES) program, a two-year accelerated program for high school juniors and seniors. The architect is Lord Aeck & Sargent.