Union Park of Temple, Georgia

Union Park

Temple, GA


CROFT provided due-diligence, master planning, and full A/E design for a new 160 acre passive park in the foothills of Northwest Georgia.  The design included multi-use trails, open air pavilions, conditioned event spaces, and restroom facilities that integrate the historic architectural and landscape precedents of Paulding County from the early 20th Century.

In addition to the passive park, a 12-acre portion on the edge of the park includes multi-use fields, two conditioned 100-person event halls, six picnic pavilions, and three restroom/concession buildings.

Integral to the design were highly sustainable, vernacular construction materials including structural hard-wood truss systems consistent with those locally sourced from the forests of West Georgia & North Alabama in the early 20th Century.  Hardware was selected for its durability, vandal resistance, and security.


  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Construction Administration
  • Sustainable Design
  • MEP
  • Civil
  • Structural
  • Permitting
  • Vernacular Wood Structures
  • Subsurface Utilities
  • Design Charrettes
  • Interior Design
  • Cost Estimating