Camp Southern Ground
Peterson Dining Hall
19,755 SF | New Construction
Camp Southern Ground, a non-profit project born from country singer Zac Brown, serves as a haven for children of family members serving in the military and special needs children.
Peterson Dining Hall is a ground-up, two story, steel and concrete structure. It was the first building constructed on the property. It serves as a multi-purpose dining and entertainment venue. Facility includes an open floor plan, integrated A/V system, a custom food transport system, lower floor kitchen, wood detailing, and a kitchen waste reuse program to provide compost for the organic farm.
Structor Group also built an 8,400 SF new maintenance building to house camp equipment and a 12,000 SF Shade Pavilion space with basketball and 4-square courts with a 2,000 SF, two-story enclosed food preparation space.