National Park Service – Many Glacier Hotel

A historic 211-room hotel built in 1915, Many Glacier Hotel is the primary visitor service facility for the east side of Glacier National Park in Montana. For a renovation encompassing 65,100 square feet of the south half of the hotel, including approximately 80 guest rooms, the design team completed a rehabilitation following the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for historic properties. Construction was multi-phased to accommodate the freezing weather typical in this remote wilderness location.

During the rehabilitation, critical life safety systems were updated to be code compliant, including fire suppression. The plumbing was upgraded with a hot water circulation system, and 360 Engineering carefully coordinated with the architect to ensure all plumbing fixtures met ABA accessibility standards for federal facilities. All work complied with National Park Service requirements for quality control, sustainability, and integrated design principles.

2019 AIA Colorado – Award of Distinction

2018 Palladio Award – Restoration and Renovation


Browning, Montana


National Park Service


Anderson Hallas Architects