Reclamation Date Street Building 100 Chosen for Boulder City Historic Preservation Award
Written by: Doug Hendrix
The historic Date Street Complex Building 100, renovated by Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Region. LCR photo by Alex StephensOn Tuesday, May 10, the City Council of Boulder City, Nevada, presented Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Regional Director Terry Fulp, Ph.D., with the 2016 Boulder City Historic Preservation Award for the major renovation and structural improvement of Building 100. Located on Reclamation’s Date Street Complex, Building 100 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and in December 2015 was awarded LEED Gold status for incorporating sustainable operating technology into the renovation.
The award by Boulder City’s Historic Preservation Committee cited the major construction efforts and collaboration in restoring the historic facade and streetscape to its original significance. Built in 1941 by the Bureau of Mines, Building 100 served as office space for both Reclamation and the Bureau of Mines. Today it is a modern Training and Conference Center for Reclamation and other agencies in the City’s Historic District.
Published on May 13, 2016