Covenant’s Hogan Hall and Orientation Training Center are co-located in Chattanooga, TN. - Photo: Covenant

Covenant’s Hogan Hall and Orientation Training Center are co-located in Chattanooga, TN.

Photo: Covenant 

Covenant Logistics Group announced the grand opening of its newly constructed Hogan Hall and renovated Orientation Training Center.

The center was developed to support truck driver orientations, training, and other events.

Named for Covenant’s Executive Vice President Joey Hogan, Hogan Hall offers a place of comfort and security to drivers at Covenant’s headquarters in Chattanooga.

“This building demonstrates Covenant’s total dedication to its loyal driving team, who deliver each and every day for our company and our customers. We look forward to this new chapter of Covenant’s history beginning and are pleased to have welcomed drivers, employees and friends on campus to celebrate this momentous event with us,” said Covenant’s President and COO Paul Bunn.

Amenities and Learning Facilities

Covenant's latest facilities, which took 16 months to complete, are situated next to each other within Covenant's headquarters in Chattanooga.

Hogan Hall spans 49,000 square feet and offers various amenities such as 100 dormitory-style rooms, a lounge, a computer room, and a fully covered patio equipped with picnic tables and rocking chairs.

Similarly, the Orientation Training Center, which also occupies 49,000 square feet, boasts state-of-the-art classrooms and learning facilities designed to accommodate company orientations, training, and other events.

“Our drivers are the lifeline of our organization. There isn't enough that can be said about the commitment and sacrifice they each make daily. The completion of these modern, secure, and comfortable facilities is one way that we can say ‘thank you’ to our drivers for their efforts both on the road and in the classroom,” said Steve Dowling, Director, Enterprise Safety Training.

With more than 25 years served at Covenant, Hogan served as the company’s president from 2016 to January 2023. Covenant named Hogan Hall in his honor as a tribute to his dedicated service to the organization.

“Truck drivers have chosen a profession that a lot of people don't want to do; it is a critical role that keeps not only Covenant moving, but our economy moving. No matter what is thrown at them, Covenant’s dedicated team just keeps on driving. I am humbled and honored by this recognition, as it has been a pleasure to serve Covenant in various leadership roles,” said Hogan.

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