History of GAPPA
In the fall of 1983, W. Clay Adamson, Jr, Director, Physical Plant, Medical College of Georgia, began to focus his thoughts on contacting individuals who were interested in forming a professional organization for physical plant professionals. Mr. Adamson wanted to bring together directors from colleges and universities throughout the state in an attempt to establish a Georgia Association of Physical Plant Administrators to replace the Board of Regents Facilities Organization that had dissolved. The new association would afford plant directors the opportunity for professional enrichment and include an annual meeting for educational sessions and updates, camaraderie and fellowship. As a means to this end, in September 1983, the wheels of progress were in motion and things began to happen.
Meeting Photos & Newsletters of GAPPA
Click below to enjoy years of GAPPA history. Meeting photos and newsletters from years previous are organized for you here.