AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF)– Georgia Cyber Center plans to construct a third building that may affect Augusta’s economy and skyline.
The campus currently has two buildings. The Hull McKnight building for academia and innovation, and the Shaffer MacCartney building, a hub for technology startups and co-location with government and industry groups. The two buildings consist of a combined 330-thousand square feet.
Now they’re looking toward expansion.
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