Social Responsiblity

 

    A GREEN MOTORSPORTS PARK

Atlanta Motorsports Park will utilize the latest technology and most environmentally responsible practices throughout the Park’s construction, and during its operation.

During development, Atlanta Motorsports Park commits to:

  • LEED certification of all applicable buildings
  • Regionally extracted, processed & manufactured materials, including certified wood
  • High albedo roofing to reduce heat absorption and minimize AC demand
  • Pre- and post-construction indoor air quality management
  • Solar powered fans for interior air movement
  • Energy saving appliances, outlets, and smart switch technologies
  • Maximizing open space to include conservation areas
  • A reclaimed water system that captures rainwater to irrigate landscaping and flush toilets
  • Waterless urinals wherever possible throughout the Park
  • Working towards diverting 50% of construction waste from landfills through recycling
  • A storm water management system that reduces environmental impacts

During operation, Atlanta Motorsports Park commits to:

  • Collection of recyclables - all paper, glass, aluminum, and motor oil from all operations at the park
  • Use products throughout the Park that contain post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content
  • Invest in alternative energy vehicles, such as those that run on natural gas
  • Online membership registration and paperless statements to reduce waste
  • Restrict noise levels from the circuits by limiting decibel limits from all vehicles participating

Please Read: Atlanta Motorsports Park Circuit Rules

 

AMP -  A GOOD NEIGHBOR IN DAWSONVILLE

Good New Jobs-

  • Approximately 25 new jobs to support the motorsports country club
  • Additional new jobs created by shops, restaurants, lodges, and other uses

Millions in New Tax Revenue-

  • The initial project itself would bring in about a $4 million tax boost to the county in the next eight to 10 years,” Charlie Auvermann, Executive Director, Development Authority of Dawson County
  • Additional revenue will be generated by circuit-side homes, shops, restaurants, and lodging

Student Driver Safety Training Programs -

To teach high school students safe driving skills and help reduce the number of teenage driving deaths in Georgia -

Driver Training Programs for Law Enforcement -

Internship/Coop Programs for Lanier Tech School Students -

Open Community Events at the Park-

  • After-hours walking and bicycle time on the road circuit
  • Church events – open space for groups to hold worship services
  • Charitable events – space for local charities to hold fundraisers

 

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