Seven Oaks School

Seven Oaks School was part of a generation of school buildings designed by Kansas City School District architect Charles Smith between 1890 and 1935 that embodied Progressive Era ideals about education, health and safety. It

Mount Washington School

The Mount Washington School was constructed in three separate building campaigns between 1903 and 1924. Mount Washington was a small town located between Kansas City and Independence, Missouri that was annexed to the City of

Horace Mann Elementary School

National Register nomination of the elementary school constructed in two phases, 1909 and 1939. Kansas Preservation Alliance Honor Award for Excellence, 2014.

Gate City National Bank

$7.5 million rehailitation of the 1920 bank/office building in Downtown Kansas City for reuse as a boutique hotel. Preservation Missouri Award, 2013; Historic Kansas City Execellence Award for Adaptive Reuse, 2012.

Fairview Apartments

National Register nomination and $3.8 million rehabilitation of a 1924 apartment building in north Wichita.

Clay Hall

Clay Hall was constructed as a women’s dormitory for Phillips University in Enid, Oklahoma, beginning in 1941. Only the center block was completed before World War II interrupted construction. The north wing was added in

Chatham Hotel

$7.4 million rehabilitation of a 1923 apartment hotel for adaptive reuse as affordable apartments.

Atkins-Johnson Farmhouse

Multi-phased consultation to support the restoration of 1826/1851 house and conversion to museum. Development of interpretive plan and recordation of collapsed out buildings. Preserve Missouri Statewide Preservation Award, 2011.