A New Conference Center at a Historic State Park

To accommodate the need for a larger conference, SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson was asked by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to provide professional design services for a new conference center in Indian Springs State Park. Indian Springs is Georgia's oldest state park, opening its doors in 1825.

Providing a Space to Gather

Located in middle Georgia, the conference center accommodates up to 500 people. The building was designed with flexibility and accessibility in mind and can also be subdivided into three separate spaces. The conference center also features a warming kitchen and two, small multi-purpose rooms near the main building entrance.

Located in Georgia’s oldest and historic state park, SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson designed a new conference center that now provides the park with a public amenity that accommodates up to 500 people.

ClientGeorgia Department of Natural Resources LocationFlovilla, GeorgiaProject Size14,508 square feet; 4.28 acres; 231 parking spaces ServicesProgramming, Architecture, Engineering (M/E/P), Interior Design

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