Hoss & Brown earns the Preservation Stewardship Award for Excellence for Rehabilitation
The Caman/Titan design-build team has been named the recipient of the 2012 Preservation Stewardship Award for Excellence for Rehabilitation from the Kansas Preservation Alliance for its Building 216 project in Fort Riley, Kansas.
Hoss & Brown Engineers collaborated with the Judicial Center at Fort Riley, the Corps of Engineers, BNB Design, CP&Associates, Caman/Titan and Environmental Mechanical Contractors to completely modernize the 31,000 square foot facility while also preserving the structure’s historic roots that date back to 1905.
The 1st Infantry Division’s Building 216 was formerly a guard house before being repurposed into a confinement facility. The building was closed in 1995 and remained vacant until construction was completed in December 2011. It now serves as a law building, and the facility meets LEED Silver standards.
The Award will be presented at the KPA reception on Friday, May 18.The KPA is a state-wide organization dedicated to the preservation of Kansas’ heritage through education, advocacy and alliances with like-minded individuals and groups.
In addition to its numerous Fort Riley projects, Hoss & Brown’s military portfolio includes the construction of new facilities at the bases of Fort Bliss and Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort Carson, Colorado.