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Welcome to the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center Authority -- which includes the 71,250-seat Georgia Dome and 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park -- ranks among the top five largest convention destinations in the country as well as one of the best sports and entertainment campuses in the world.
Detalles, Georgia World Congress Center
When the Georgia World Congress Center opened in 1976, it became the first state-owned and operated major convention center in the United States.
The Congress Center's Building B exhibit halls are more than twice as long as Atlanta's highest skyscraper is high. From one end of these halls to the other, the earth curves 3/4 inch.
Including meeting rooms, galleries, exhibit halls, kitchens and storerooms, there are more than 90 acres of floor area (3.9 million square feet) on multiple levels throughout the GWCC. The 33,000-square-foot Thomas Murphy Ballroom is on a level equal to that of an 11-story building.
About 50 million kilowatts of electrical power are consumed annually at the Georgia World Congress Center - enough to supply the power needs for more than 3,000 homes each year.
More than a million guests attend functions at the GWCC annually. As many as 125,000 have attended a single event. One of the larger single-dinner functions served more than 8,500 guests, who consumed 5,000 lbs. of beef tenderloin, 800 pecan pies and 3 tons of vegetables.
The GWCC Building C entrance lobby is over 1,000 feet long, 80 feet wide and over 90 feet high, making it large enough to hold the Titanic (882 feet long, 92 feet 6 inches wide, and 60 feet 6 inches from the waterline to the main deck).