Rock Island, Illinois
Mekus Tanager was part of a team that created a master plan for the 22-acre expansion of Rock Island National Cemetery. This project was intended to support a ten year projection of burial needs and included: lawn crypts, columbarium niches, roads and utilities, the renovation of the administration and public information building, a new public information / rest room building, and a new committal shelter.
For the project Mekus Tanager renovated and designed an addition to the administration building to house the maintenance offices, locker rooms, employee lounge, and a new main conference room. Mekus Tanager also designed an addition to the maintenance building, providing additional vehicle storage and materials bays, and designed the new committal shelter and public information / rest rooms building.
- Client: US Department of Veterans Affairs - National Cemetery Administration
- Project Team: Missman Stanley & Associates, Mekus Tanager, The LA Group, KJWW Engineering, Goodpaster & Jamison Inc., Fever River Research, Terracon Consultants, Aqua Engineering Inc.
- Project Size: 22 Acres
- Services Performed: Architecture, Planning, Interior Design