Salvation Army Kroc Corps Community Center

Project Type: Hospitality, Religious

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Salvation Army Kroc Corps Community Center

Augusta, Georgia


Project Description

The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a newly constructed 75,000 square foot multi-use, family center located in a historic district of Augusta.

The facility houses a variety of areas that afford a wide range of activities. There is an indoor/outdoor aquatics area with pool and other water features, a full court gymnasium for basketball and volleyball sports and a fitness center with an aerobics room, locker rooms and dance studios.

In addition to sporting and physical activity options, the facility incorporates a fine arts area with a large, tiered seating auditorium, an ample banquet hall and state-of-the-art kitchen, classroom space and music room space. The KROC center is a great addition to the surrounding neighborhood.

As part of the scope of work, a First Stop building was constructed to house various community groups. The project obtained a LEED Silver Certification.

Client

The Salvation Army


Architect

Cheatham Fletcher Scott


Size

75,000 sq. ft.