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Corinth Civil War Center project client

Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center, Corinth, Miss.

National Park Service

architect

Overland Partners Architects Bob Shemwell, FAIA; Scott Carpenter, AIA; Todd

design team

Walbourn; Rick Archer, FAIA; Tim Blonkvist, FAIA contractor

Inman Construction Corporation

consultants

Goetting & Associates (mechanical/electrical); Lundy

& Frank Engineering (structural); Mangi Environmental Group (environmental/energy); Protection Development (fire protection); Planning, Research, and Design Group (exhibit/interpretive); Scott

A joint project between the National Park Service and the Corinth Siege and Battle Commission, the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center commemorates Corinth’s critical role in the Civil War. Located at the Battery Robinett site adjacent to downtown Corinth, Miss., the center is intended to orient visitors to Civil War monuments throughout the surrounding region. Exhibition programs at the center explore six major themes—the role of the railroad, the role of earthworks and fortifications, the African American experience, Corinth as a military learning ground, the Shiloh-Corinth corridor, and America before and after the Civil War.

Engineering Company (civil/geotech); STV Incorporated (planning); Jack White & Associates (waterproofing); EDAW (landscaping) photographer

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