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Completed March 2002                                       

Crawford County Judicial CenterCrawford County Judicial Center, located at 602 N. Locust, Pittsburg, Kansas

The existing sign tower element has been reused in the design of the 

main entrance, which is now a clock tower that takes on a new role for 

an American courthouse.  The exterior simulated stone accents and brick 

recall the traditional architectural history of Pittsburg.

General Contractor - Home Center Construction, Inc.

                                      Pittsburg, Kansas






Completed Summer 2001

LifeSpan Nutrition/Tanning SalonNew facility for Life Span Nutrition/Tanning Salon, located at 620 S. 

Broadway, Pittsburg, Kansas 

This structure consists of wood frame design with open exposed

trussed ceiling.  Exterior materials include split-face block, galvalume

corrugated metal siding and standing seam metal roof.  

General Contractor - Tri-State Building & Supply Company, Inc.

                                      Pittsburg, Kansas





Completed Spring 1999

St. Mary's Colgan AdditionJunior High Classrooms/High School Science Classroom\Library Addition 

for St. Mary's Colgan, Pittsburg, Kansas New 13,600 S.F. addition includes 

four junior high classrooms, media resource center and lobby/activity area.  

Lobby area features floor design graphics with marble terrazzo tile.  

General Contractor - Deill Construction Company, Inc.

                                      Pittsburg, Kansas






Greenbush OfficesThis 12,000 S.F. building, completed  in 1998,  houses departments for this

educational service center plus catering kitchen, two large meeting rooms and 

one small conference room which doubles as a tornado resistant shelter.  The 

style of the building is consistent with the image that Greenbush presents to the

public and services provided for numerous educational institutions.







Exchange State BankA small town bank facility (2,364 S.F.) constructed in 1996 at a cost of $115 

per S.F. with exterior materials of brick and native stone.  Lobby features 

include clerestory day-lighting roof transition with sloping high ceiling.








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