Lee’s Summit, MO: The Historic Longview Mansion & Site Restoration wins Kansas City Associated General Contractors’ Project of the Year, Projects Under $5 Million Category, as featured in The Builders' Association, Modern Builder Magazine. Congratulations to Rau Construction and everyone at Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Sunflower Development Group, Rosin Preservation and many others on leading the rehabilitation efforts of this meaningful project.
In 2018, this historic treasure underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation and was meticulously restored and re-established as one of Kansas City’s premier event facilities.
Longview Mansion and 50 other farm structures were built in 1913-1914 in eastern Jackson County as the country home estate to Kansas City lumber baron and philanthropist, R.A. Long. The massive 22,000 square foot Mansion was the jewel of the property. The farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Also newsworthy, Blenheim School Apartments Voted as Kansas City AGC's ‘1st Runner Up Finalist for Historic Preservation’
Congratulations to Rau Construction and everyone at Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Sunflower Development Group and Rosin Preservation on Blenheim School Apartments being voted as ‘1st Runner Up Finalist for Historic Preservation’ by Kansas City Associated General Contractors, as featured in the The Builders' Association, Modern Builder Magazine!
Blenheim School began construction in 1924 and was built in phases over several years. The building was closed by the Kansas City Public Schools in 2009 and put up for sale through the repurposing program. The size and configuration of the classrooms lended well to adaptive reuse as multi‐family housing. In 2018, the historic three-story brick school building was completely re-imagined and repurposed into Blenheim School Apartments, a charming affordable senior living facility with 52 units, along with a large common area, community room with a kitchen, movie theater and fitness facility.