Georgia Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 2)

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Besser Company [gone]
Chamblee, GA
The Besser Company is based in Alpena, MI and produces concrete products. The Vibrapac is a concrete block production machine. I assume this building was from the 1960s. It had been abandoned for years. These photos are from 2010. The building was still there and vacant in 2015. It was demolished the following year.

Muscogee County Courthouse and Government Center
Columbus, GA
The Muscogee County Courthouse and Government Center was designed by Edward Neal of Neal, Crisp & Clark. The firm of E. Owen Smith & Biggers was also involved. The buildings were built from 1971-1973. The Government Center consists of the West Wing, the East Wing, and the Tower. For more, see this website. [map]

former Douglas County Courthouse
Douglasville, GA
The Douglas County Courthouse was designed by Harry E. Roos, Jr. of Southern Engineering of Atlanta and built in 1956. A new courthouse was built in 1998. This building was nearly demolished but now houses the Old Douglas County Courthouse Museum. [map]

Cobb County Office Building [gone]
Marietta, GA
The Cobb County Office Building was built in 1961. These photos are from 2010. The building was demolished later that year for a parking garage.

Universe Trading Co.
Savannah, GA
The Universe Trading Co. building was built in 1965. I believe it originally housed a pest control office. [map]

Civic Center
Savannah, GA
This Civic Center was designed by Nowell & Ritzert and built in 1970. [map]

Georgia Department of Labor
Thomasville, GA
The Georgia Department of Labor building was built in 1961. [map]