The CCGA and Corvias’ 40-year partnership is part of the nine-institution wide, unparalleled University System of Georgia (USG) Public-Private Partnership (P3) to develop, construct, renovate, manage, and maintain new and existing student housing. Of the 218 new beds built at Mariner Village, Corvias also assumed operations of 352 beds in the existing Lakeside Village residence hall. Mariner Village features state-of-the-art social spaces, community kitchens and laundry rooms, quiet study rooms, an electronic access system, and a mixture of suites with shared bathrooms. In addition, the new building houses administrative office space, a conference room, a secure mail area, storage, and outdoor recreation areas. As no retail space was recommended, Corvias proactively placed vending and water-bottle filling stations on each floor for convenience to students.