The Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) was established in 1971 to oversee development of an international trade and exhibition center in Atlanta that today is known as the Georgia World Congress Center.
Since then, the Authority has managed the development and operation of the Georgia Dome, the largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world, and Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta’s lasting legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.
The State of Georgia established the Georgia World Congress Center Authority to develop and operate the Georgia World Congress Center, Centennial Olympic Park and related facilities. These facilities exist for the primary purpose of promoting and facilitating events and activities that generate economic benefits to the citizens of the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta as well as enhance the quality of life for every Georgian.
To be globally recognized as the No. 1 convention, sports, and entertainment destination in the world.
Our Core Four shape every part of our culture - and along with our vision - provide the foundation that guides every action and decision.