Scope of Work
Berggren Architects reconstructed the 1891 Officer’s Quarters, as well as led a workshop on restoring the historical cabin doors in the park.
The most recent project was completed in 2020.
Originally built in 1891, rebuilt in 2015.
The Officer’s Quarters were originally built in 1891, and rebuilt in 2015.
Dawes County, Nebraska
Fort Robinson is located in Dawes County, Nebraska
Reconstruction & Restoration
The original Officers Quarters at Fort Robinson State Park was built in 1891 and demolished in 1935.
In 2012, Berggren Architects was hired by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to lead the reconstruction of the quarters. Completed in 2015, the building has been reconstructed with modern amenities and ADA compliance while still retaining its historical context.
In 2019, Berggren Architects was retained by History Nebraska to return to Fort Robinson. We were tasked with leading a hands-on workshop for Job Corps students, training them in the proper techniques of restoring six historic doors within the park. Both the restoration of the historic cabin doors and the valuable training experience were a total success. History Nebraska is looking forward to future training sessions for the treatment of historic building features.
See Fort Robinson Archives for other projects at this site for both NE GSP Commission and the Nebraska State Historical Society.