If walls could talk, this historical building would have no shortage of stories. A fixture at the fort since 1883, it has served as a hospital, bachelor officer quarters, family housing, and administration. Retaining architectural and historical integrity was the top priority for our team in this total rehabilitation.
GLMV rehabilitated this 19,432-square-foot building at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The building is historically characterized by its complex roofline, multiple hipped roofs, and wraparound porches. Exterior walls are red brick, and the foundation is rubble limestone with concrete parging scored to resemble coursed stone.
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