Camp Buck Toms

Dining Hall and Camp Office

Rockwood, Tennessee

The Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America is outgrowing the current dining hall at Camp Buck Toms, a 700-acre camp on Watts Bar Lake.

JAI currently is working with the Boy Scouts for a new dining hall, which will expand service to accommodate more than 600 people. The one-story dining hall also features a full-service commercial kitchen, new restrooms, loading dock/Dumpster area and camp offices.

JAI has completed multiple projects for the Great Smoky Mountain Council, including Phases I and II of the organization’s master plan. Those phases included new staff housing and bath/shower facilities as well as renovations to all campsite sleeping shelters and bath/shower facilities, program shelters and a shooting range.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America is outgrowing the current dining hall at Camp Buck Toms, a 700-acre camp on Watts Bar Lake.

JAI currently is working with the Boy Scouts for a new dining hall, which will expand service to accommodate more than 600 people. The one-story dining hall also features a full-service commercial kitchen, new restrooms, loading dock/Dumpster area and camp offices.

JAI has completed multiple projects for the Great Smoky Mountain Council, including Phases I and II of the organization’s master plan. Those phases included new staff housing and bath/shower facilities as well as renovations to all campsite sleeping shelters and bath/shower facilities, program shelters and a shooting range.





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Camp Buck Toms

Dining Hall and Camp Office

Rockwood, Tennessee

Client

The Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America

Size

15400
700

Completion

2022

Cost

Services Provided

Architectural Design
Interior Design
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Address(es)

373 Camp Buck Toms Road,Rockwood,Tennessee,37854
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Camp Buck Toms

Dining Hall and Camp Office

Rockwood, Tennessee

The Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America is outgrowing the current dining hall at Camp Buck Toms, a 700-acre camp on Watts Bar Lake.

JAI currently is working with the Boy Scouts for a new dining hall, which will expand service to accommodate more than 600 people. The one-story dining hall also features a full-service commercial kitchen, new restrooms, loading dock/Dumpster area and camp offices.

JAI has completed multiple projects for the Great Smoky Mountain Council, including Phases I and II of the organization’s master plan. Those phases included new staff housing and bath/shower facilities as well as renovations to all campsite sleeping shelters and bath/shower facilities, program shelters and a shooting range.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America is outgrowing the current dining hall at Camp Buck Toms, a 700-acre camp on Watts Bar Lake.

JAI currently is working with the Boy Scouts for a new dining hall, which will expand service to accommodate more than 600 people. The one-story dining hall also features a full-service commercial kitchen, new restrooms, loading dock/Dumpster area and camp offices.

JAI has completed multiple projects for the Great Smoky Mountain Council, including Phases I and II of the organization’s master plan. Those phases included new staff housing and bath/shower facilities as well as renovations to all campsite sleeping shelters and bath/shower facilities, program shelters and a shooting range.





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