Our 2021 GASFA 32nd Annual Conference and Trade Show was the largest so far in both the number of school participants and vendor representatives.  We had over 225 decision makers from over half of the school systems in the state of Georgia in attendance.  We also had a sell-out of vendor booth spaces at 137 spaces and 525 vendor representatives.   We even had 12 vendors join us at the Bronze Corporate level without a booth, just to be part of the conference.  I think it is an understatement to say that GASFA brought well over 700 people to Savannah. Through the educational sessions, vendor tradeshow visits, and peer networking opportunities which included our vendors, all participants developed an appreciation and understanding of the importance of what we do in facility maintenance.

This year’s conference, to be held on Oct. 23-26, 2022, is already shaping up to be even bigger and better.  With input from School Personnel and Vendor Representatives, our organization continues to be the State leader in representing school facilities. We do hope you will plan on joining us in beautiful and historic Savannah Riverstreet for this conference.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call me or any of our Board of Directors for additional information.

    See you soon,

    William Bland
    Executive Director


The Georgia Association of School Facility Administrators (GASFA) was organized in 1989 to promote better understanding and cooperation between state and system-level facility administrators, to address their concerns, and promote and stimulate their professional growth, in addition, it is GASFA’s purpose to present a united voice in matters relating to facility administrators in Georgia Public Schools.
GASFA was organized by a statewide group of facility personnel in Augusta, Georgia on September 25, 1989. On February 5, 1990 GASFA was incorporated. The first annual conference was in July 11-13, 1990 in Jekyll Island, Georgia. Since that time the annual conference has been at various locations in Georgia.

A New Look

You may notice a slightly different look with the GASFA logo and materials. After many years of use, it was time to update our logo and brand. We’re pleased to roll out the new look and hope you’ll agree it’s a contemporary refresh of our visual brand.