On July 13, 1994, Kansas City civic leader Jerome Cohen and his wife, Jeannette, donated the building and property at 200 East McCarty Street in Jefferson City, Missouri to the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers Educational Foundation, Inc.
By gutting the facility, the professional design/construction team of Pellham, Phillips, Hagerman of Springfield, Missouri and Ludwig Associates of Jefferson City transformed the building's plain and unassuming original structure into a design that projects the technical and professional image of engineering in a classic way.
This engineering headquarters building houses the state offices of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri on its main level.
The donation of a building is an asset to further the purpose of the MSPE Educational Foundation, which was established January 15, 1968 under the General Not for Profit Corporation Law, Chapter 355 RSMo, as a way for the member engineer or their family to make charitable contributions to the profession.
The building currently has space available on the lower level. Please contact the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or Greg Braden at email@example.com for more information!