The stately Lake Yellowstone Hotel in Yellowstone National Park has been designated a National Historic Landmark.
BCE provided the structural engineering for $28.5 million project.
Initially designed by architect N.L. Haller of Washington, D.C., and constructed in 1891, the Lake Yellowstone Hotel was entirely reconceived in the first decades of the 20th century by architect Robert C. Reamer as a grand resort hotel displaying the Colonial Revival style. The park’s oldest hotel in existence, the building overlooks the north shore of Yellowstone Lake.
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