SALVATION ARMY KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA

CLIENT
The Salvation Army

ARCHITECT
Cheatham Fletcher Scott

SIZE
75,000 sq. ft.

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.

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  • CERTIFIED GREEN BUILDING INITIATIVE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY EFFICIENCY
  • 2 GREEN GLOBES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION STAGE II ONSITE ASSESSMENT

AGC Build Georgia General Contractor Award
Merit Award - 2012