- Centennial Olympic Park Hosts Dedication for New Historical Marker on November 1
- AT&T Contributes $1 million to Centennial Olympic Park Visioning
- GWCCA solving recycling conundrum with inter-departmental collaboration
- FRANK POE RECEIVES 2016 CONVENTION CENTER LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
- Basslanta: Sold-out EDM event rocks GWCCA campus, opens new doors
- New mobile alert program just peachy for GWCCA exhibitors
- Georgia World Congress Center Authority names Joe Bocherer as new Chief Commercial Officer
- Georgia World Congress Center Authority launches new website: www.gwcca.org
In the spirit of the wildly popular original Adopt-a-Brick program from Atlanta’s 1996 Summer Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park has launched a brand new initiative to add 40,000-plus personalized commemorative bricks to the 21-acre urban oasis.
Graduations, birthdays, new arrivals, nuptials, anniversaries, promotions – for a limited time, you can mark these celebratory memories and milestones in epic fashion. Not sure what to put on your brick? CLICK HERE to test your inscription on a virtual brick.
AT&T Contribution to Georgia World Congress Center Authority Essential to Park Improvements
Georgia World Congress Center recognized for sustainability excellence by the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge.
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) announces the appointment of Joe Bocherer – an experienced and proven leader within the convention, hospitality and tourism industries – as the organization’s new Chief Commercial Officer.
On-site fine dining space transforming into a grab-and-go eatery.
The state-of-the-art $1.5 billion future home of the Atlanta Falcons.
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority is moving forward with plans to build a new headquarter hotel on the northwest corner of the campus.
Flooring upgrade features terrazzo surface, starting in Building C of the Georgia World Congress Center.
SoleFest originally scheduled for Saturday, 10/8 has been postponed. Please visit www.solefest.com for updates.
On-campus solar canopy feeds the grid and provides parking in the shade.