When Camp Glisson decided to replace their old historic dining hall with a new one, that would accommodate all the campers at one seating, they called on the expertise of Swofford Construction to help with value engineering, constructability, cost estimating and eventual construction. The third project Swofford successfully constructed for the camp was special in many ways and earned Swofford another first place Build Georgia award. All of the stone for veneer and the fireplace was native to the area and was actually gathered from the camp property by the stone masons. The fireplace mantle was milled from a black walnut tree that had to be removed for construction. Also, a marble alter was used in the chapel that was quarried in Calvary and gifted to the camp by the architect.