Georgia World Congress Center, C

Georgia World Congress Center, C

3D Warehouse Staff
Originaly opend in 1976 The Georgia World Congress Center with 350,000-square-feet of exhibit space. The GWCC has since undergone many additons, making it the foruth largest exibiton space in the U.S. at 1.4 million square feet. Atlanta-based architects Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates (TVS) desined the GWCC. The Center is made up of three adjacent buildings, Buildings A, B, and C. In total these buildings have twelve exhibit halls, 105 meeting rooms, and two ballrooms. Building A has three exhibit halls and the Sydney Marcus auditorium seating 1,740. Building B, the largest, contains five exhibit halls and the 33,000 square-foot Thomas B. Murphy Ballroom. The newest building, Building C, has four exhibit halls and the 25,700 square-foot Georgia Ballroom. Other amenities include a FedEx Kinko's office, Starbucks coffee shops, a gift shop, internet access, a concierge desk, and a food court plus another restaurant. Freight rail tracks run through the middle of the complex and under the parking decks connecting visitors from building to building. Model by Adam Hecht and Geoffrey Berlin #Arena #Atlanta #Building_C #Building_A #Building_B #Conference #Conference_Center #Event #exhibit_space #exhibition_space #FedEx #Georgia #Georgia_Ballroom #Georgia_World_Congress_Center #GWCC #Kinkos_office #MARTA #NW_Atlanta #Omni #Omni_Arena #Philips #Philips_Arena #rail_tracks #Stainback__Associates #Starbucks_coffee_shop #Sydney_Marcus_auditorium #The_Atlanta_Hawks #Thomas_B_Murphy_Ballroom #Thompson #Ventulett
Default Title