The Lincoln Heritage Council came to Conestoga unsure about the exact buildings their camp needed or how to even start the process. They were looking at bathhouses, small cabins, a trading post, and later a dining hall. They provided us with some concept drawings from an architect for all the buildings that proved to be over budget for conventional stick built buildings.
Conestoga studied the supplied conceptual drawings, made some adjustments and applied some cost saving changes to get the new Trading Post underway. The goal was for completion before the upcoming camping season, which Conestoga accomplished.
A Conestoga Project Manager joined the build for the first few days in KY to offer guidance and help with oversight. The Trading Post was a huge success that camping season for the Scouts.