The 13,500-square-foot center was designed by Collins Architectural Group of Longview to resemble a traditional waterfront warehouse from the 1800s, reflecting on the area’s past as a commercial and transportation hub. It houses cultural artifacts, memorabilia and replicas in 4,200 square feet. Regan Berschauer Group was the Project Manager for the Berschauer Group.
“Kalama has such a rich history and this Interpretive Center will illuminate how really distinctive our past is and how our roots in commerce and transportation have created what we are today,” said Port of Kalama Commission President Alan Basso.
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