Project Summary
GreyStone Power Headquarters

GreyStone Power Corporation relocates their corporate campus to an 85-acre site.

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The Space
Square Footage 232,000
Location Hiram, GA

Locally owned and operated, GreyStone Power is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing reliable electric service to eight counties across northeast Georgia. The power company relocates their corporate campus to an 85-acre site.  The campus will occupy just shy of 50 acres of the property with the remaining areas left as natural, undisturbed green space and ponds. The green space is an amenity for the employees that provides a place to connect with nature and recharge.

The campus includes an administration building that houses corporate services and a credit union. The four-story class A office features administrative offices, conference rooms, board rooms, and additional office space. A tilt-up building houses GreyStone Power’s operations and engineering plus supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) operations.

Additionally, a 61,000-SF tilt-up warehouse is constructed with a 50,000 SF of coverage canopy around the perimeter of the building. The canopy is installed to protect GreyStone Power’s service vehicles from damaging storms ensuring they are available to respond in case of a power outage. A pre-engineered metal building for vehicle maintenance operations is also being constructed. To accompany the buildings, a multi-lane fuel station, pole storage, and covered walkway are also being constructed on the site. Approximately 13-acres of heavy-duty concrete paving is programed around the service buildings.


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