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.

Besse Hotel

National Register nomination and $9.1 million rehabilitation of the 1926 hotel, the tallest building in Pittsburg, Kansas. Adapted for reuse as affordable housing.

Cosby Hotel

The Cosby Hotel, constructed in 1881, is one of the oldest extant buildings in downtown Kansas City. Originally known as the Wood’s Building, it was joined with the adjacent Wright Hotel to become the Cosby

Central Box Company Building

Rehabilitation of the 1909 Central Box Company Building in Kansas City's Crossroads district for adaptive reuse as offices.