Georgia Building Authority


The Georgia Building Authority (GBA) oversees the management of the 48 buildings and facilities that make up the Capitol Hill Complex in Atlanta. This includes both the Governor's Mansion and the Georgia State Capitol. 

The GBA has managed everything from recycling to parking access within the Capitol Hill Complex since the early 1950's. The department is currently organized into 4 units: the Facilities Management Division, Parking and Access Control Services, the Special Events Unit and the Food Services Unit.

The State Property Office and Executive Director Steve Stancil and the Deputy Director Steve Fanczi oversee the operations of the Georgia Building Authority. Mr. Stancil served as Executive Director of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA) before being appointed the GBA executive director in early 2008. Mr. Fanczi has been acting as Deputy Director since 2006.  Prior to his appointment he served as Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services.


Georgia Building Authority Services

The Georgia Building Authority provides a wide variety of services to the general public and licensed businesses. These services include:

-         Catering and Facility Rentals

-         Commemorative Flags

-         Public Tours

-         State Capitol Public Space Scheduling

-         Transportation


Contact the Georgia Building Authority

The Georgia Building Authority is located at:

1 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30334

Offices are open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday



GBA direct line: (404) 656-3253

After hour emergencies: (404) 656-3281

Statewide (Toll free): 1-800-georgia (1-800-436-7442)

Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.



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Send faxes to: (404) 657-0337