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October 2006

CGD Builds on Strengths, Adds Two

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Craig Gaulden Davis has announced the addition of two experienced designers to its staff in Greenville.

Steve Wilson is a Greenville native with over 27 years of experience in architecture. Building on training at Greenville Tech and in construction, he has served clients in healthcare, education and commerce. Wilson is expected to lend his expertise to project management, quality control, and risk management.

Rick Connor graduated Magna cum Laude from Clemson University in 1996 with a BS in Design. Originally from New Hampshire, he has been working in Greenville since 1991. Connor was the lead designer for “The Hangar” at Spartanburg’s First Baptist Church and at the new Brookwood Church in Simpsonville.

Greenville Kroc Center Celebrates Milestone

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The Salvation Army of Greenville Countyannounced on October 5 that it has raised more than $11 million out of $15 million required to construct the Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center. When the goal is reached, the Greenville project will be receiving $50 million from the bequest left by McDonald’s heir Joan Kroc to the Salvation Army, specifically for the establishment of such centers.

Craig Gaulden Davis is designing the Center, which will include administrative offices, a chapel and theatre, conference and fellowship hall space that will allow for adult education with a computer lab, childcare, a 16-court tennis complex, an aquatics center, outdoor water park and a golf training academy. Additionally, the Kroc Center will be the new home for the Boys and Girls Clubs.