Crater Lake




US Department of Interior


Historical Renovation


US National Park Service



Crater Lake

(Cafeteria, Rim Village, Housing and Lodge) Gerding contracted with the U.S. National Park Service to do a series of historic renovations, spanning 16 years. Work included the partial rehabilitation of Crater Lake Lodge, demolition and reconstruction/seismic work of four historic buildings, partial demolition and rehabilitation of the historic Superintendent’s Residence and the Naturalist’s Residence, and Cafeteria building rehabilitation. Additional work involved construction of 3 new buildings for the dormitory (two for housing and one for maintenance). The LEED Silver Cafeteria portion involved the removal of sections of one large building to create two separate buildings, as well as constructing an underground tunnel between the two. The parking lot was also relocated from the edge of the crater to a more environmentally friendly location. With an average of 43 feet snowfall per year, and the extensive scope of work, many of the projects required work to be completed over several seasons.

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