The three buildings of the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta have officially reopened after 42 days of construction after a tornado that severely damaged the facility March 14. While the 1.4 million-square-foot center continued to host events during the construction as space became available, it is now operational in all areas. “Looking at the damage following March 14, we had no idea how long it might take before we could reopen,” said Dan Graveline, executive director of the ...

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