National Park Service -Noland Home

Built in three stages between 1858 and 1910, the Noland Home is linked to the beginning of Harry Truman’s romance with his future wife, Bess Wallace. The interior was completely gutted and renovated, including new, more efficient plumbing and electrical systems – while maintaining the home’s original architectural features. 360 Engineering assessed and designed new mechanical systems that provide high performance while assimilating with the structure’s historic elements.

Location

Independence, MO

Owner

National Park Service

Client

Anderson Hallas Architects

Category

Federal