Building 244 Renovation

This building is located within the fort’s National Historic Preservation District as part of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) complex. Originally constructed in 1904 as the bachelor officers mess hall, our team worked carefully to rehabilitate the building, bringing it up to current codes through restoration work while maintaining its historic nature.

Building 244 is a 15,285-square-foot, H-shaped building with a basement at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The building is a red brick structure with a natural-faced limestone foundation and Georgian detailing. It features hipped slate roofs, brick chimneys, and large porches, as well as a wood cornice with brackets and dentils, and a simple wood frieze at the rear.

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