Wolf Gap Education Outreach shares one-of-a-kind learning opportunities to foster a creative community. Their Pulaski, Tennessee campus is a valued community resource, providing memorable experiences in a unique natural setting. Their new Education Center joins two historic log cabins on a lovely 50-acre campus.
The 13,835-square-foot Education Center features staff offices, classrooms, conference rooms, galleries, a break room, and restrooms. The Center has three large classrooms that are separated by folding partitions that convert into a 31’ x 77’ conference space. The building also has large 17’ x 100’ galleries where they display paintings and objects—some on loan from the Smithsonian!
Despite record-breaking rains, the project was completed in just under a year. The ribbon cutting ceremony for Wolf Gap’s new Education Center was held on April 21st. There was a great turnout, and many were amazed at the view from the large windows throughout the building. Jeff Brindley served as the project manager, Percy Hazelwood was the superintendent and Melissa Pierce was the project assistant. We thank Kelly Hamlin and her family for trusting us to build their new facility, and we wish them nothing but success!