A New Prototypical Group Shelter

Stevens & Wilkinson provided full architectural and engineering design services for a new prototypical group shelter building at Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park to replace the existing facilities.

Incorporating Elements of Nature

The Group Shelter Building features an assembly space, self-service kitchen, restroom facilities, and a covered porch overlooking the scenic wetlands. The project also includes a screened Grill Building and Day-Use Restroom Facilities.

The building design uses natural materials such as wood board and batten and stone wainscot with exposed timber trusses. The classic design style provides a comforting setting for park visitors.

Stevens & Wilkinson provided full architectural and engineering design services for a new prototypical Group Shelter Building for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The building design uses natural materials such as wood board and batten and stone wainscot with exposed timber trusses.

ClientGeorgia Department of Natural Resources LocationReidsville, GAProject SizeOne-story buildings; Group Shelter: 2,100 square feet; Grille Building: 300 square feet; Comfort Station: 440 square feet; 1/2-acre Disturbed Area; 17 existing parking spacesServicesArchitecture, Engineering

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