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Location: 10 E Babcock St, Bozeman, MT 59715
The first federal building in Bozeman was constructed from 1912 – 1915 and was a Neoclassical building that served as a federal office building and post office. In the 1960’s more space was needed, so a new building was constructed. The 1915 Federal Building was renovated and is now the Community Services Center.
The Federal Building and U.S. Post Office was designed by Norman J. Hamill & Associates and the drawings are dated August 8, 1964. Construction was completed in 1966, at which point the federal offices and post office moved from the original federal building to the new.
In 2009, a modernization project focused on reducing the building energy consumption by 20% as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) which awarded the project a $1.1 million grant. Design began in 2009 and the project was completed in 2011. The project installed occupancy sensors, changed out incandescent bulbs for LED bulbs and replaced the HVAC system with a more efficient system. The construction contract for $790,683 was awarded to PCL Construction Services, based out of Denver, with the rest of the funds to be awarded to sub-contractors.