Construction starts on ag building at Graham Creek Preserve

Construction starts on ag building at Graham Creek Preserve

Construction has started on another addition to the City of Foley’s Graham Creek Nature Preserve, located off of Wolf Bay Dr., just east of the Foley Beach Express. The 1,300 square foot facility being built has been dubbed as the Graham Creek Nature Preserve Ag Building and will provide useful agricultural amenities for the property and surrounding community.
WAS Design, the principal designer for this new facility, kept creativity and functionality at the forefront when planning. It will feature a large enclosed walk-in cooler for the hydroponics department, a 600 square foot covered porch, storage space, bathrooms, offices, and an outside kitchen. This is the second project of its kind that The Highland Group, WAS Design, and Graham Creek Nature Preserve have partnered to complete in recent years.
“Graham Creek has been recognized as one of the most outstanding nature facilities in Alabama,” said Foley Mayor Ralph Hellmich. “And we look forward to this new addition that will help to further expand the ecotourism opportunities available here.”
Graham Creek Nature Preserve provides a habitat for hundreds of rare plant and animal species. The preserve also provides educational, recreational and venue rental opportunities for the community. More info: grahamcreekpreserve.org.

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