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October 2010

Greenwood County Library Opens

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The Greenwood County Library opened to the public with a heavily-attended dedication ceremony.  The new, 45,000 square foot building anchors Greenwood’s downtown redevelopment efforts. The building was designed by Craig Gaulden Davis and constructed by Yeargin Potter Shackelford Construction of Greenville, South Carolina.

The new facility anticipates becoming South Carolina’s first public library to receive LEED certification.

Geyer to Speak at WFX Atlanta

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Craig Gaulden Davis’ Ron Geyer has been invited to speak at the 2010 Worship Facilities Expo (WFX) this November in Atlanta. WFX, presented by Church Production and Worship Facilities Magazines and sponsored by Christianity Today International, is a three-day conference that helps church teams explore the intersection of church leadership, technology and facilities and get a better understanding of what churches across the country are doing.

Geyer will address how ministries decide how to construct or renovate only what they need and for only the right reasons, discover key questions and powerful processes designed to help you articulate objectives, link them to ministry strategies, and select the right tools for doing so. He’ll be joined by Jarrett Stevens, founding pastor of Soul City Church in Chicago, and Matt Samuelson, Principal with ministry strategy and technology company, Clark.

Ronald Geyer, AIA, NCIDQ, joined CGD in 1984 and leads CGD’s practice with ministry and cultural clients.

New Recreation Complex for Clinton

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Craig Gaulden Davis, in association with Wood + Partners, was selected to design a new multi-purpose recreational complex for the Town of Clinton, SC. The facilities are expected to provide for a variety of sports, including baseball, soccer, tennis and lacrosse. The City chose the design team based on their expertise in the design of recreational facilities such as the award-winning Heritage Park in Simpsonville and the Tyger River Park which is currently under construction in Spartanburg County.

More Beautiful Work From CGD

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Augusta Dixon and Emily Geyer, daughters of CGD staff members, were honored by their classmates by being included in Eastside High School’s 2010 Homecoming Court.

Augusta, a sophomore, is the daughter of CGD principal David Dixon and his wife, Bonnie. Emily, a senior, is the daughter of CGD Ministry and Cultural Studio Leader Ron Geyer and wife, Jan.