31 Jul 2017 AUGUSTA IS A CYBER HUB
1/12/2017 – Governor Nathan Deal announces (originally $50 million) a $60 million cyber security facility to be built on the former Georgia Golf Hall of Fame property.
1/25/2017 – Augusta University breaks ground on Emergency Room expansion.
1/31/2017 – Riverside Village at Hammond’s Ferry (formerly called Project Jackson) receives final development approval from the North Augusta City Counsel.
2/3/2017 – The Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau unveils its downtown Blueprints Project.
5/26/2017 – Riverside Village at Hammond’s Ferry breaks ground.
6/23/2017 – Augusta University announces development of a new School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
7/9/2017 – Starbucks Augusta announces a $120 million expansion that will nearly double the five-year-old facility’s footprint and create at least 100 new jobs.
8/30/2017 – Cape Augusta Unveils first renovation of historic Sibley Mill as EDTS headquarters. EDTS is an Augusta-based information technology and cybersecurity firm.