Elks Lodge Remodel

The project consists of the gut-and-remodel on four floors of this historic downtown building in Rapid City’s Historic District. The project includes two elevator shafts (one new and one repurposed), roof and gutter/downspout replacement, exterior window replacement, and a separate tenant finish on the first floor and miscellaneous structural repairs and upgrades, all in keeping with historic tax incentive guidelines from the federal Secretary of Interior Standards for Historic Preservation. The main tenant and co-owner is Rapid City’s largest and most prestigious law firm and the other co-owner is a general contractor/developer who have consistently relied on Stateline No. 7 Architects despite the distance to Rapid City and alternate local  design firms.

 

 

Location
Rapid City, South Dakota

Owner
Gunderson/Palmer/Nelson/ Ashmore
Mike Gibson, Office Manager
605-719-3417

Contractor
MAC Construction Co., Inc.
Pete Anderson, Owner
605-787-4685

Role
Architect of Record

Personnel
Lyle Murtha, Principal Architect

Scope
Rehabilitation
Design-Build

Size
20,000 Square Feet

Cost
$2.8 Million

Completed
2011