Inspired by some of America’s most historic places, the American Village comprises more than 20 buildings on 183 acres in Montevallo, Alabama. The National Veterans Shrine, inspired by Philadelphia’s Carpenters Hall; Washington Hall, replicating Mount Vernon; a full-sized replica of the White House Oval Office; Colonial Chapel, modeled after Bruton Parish Church; and a replica of Concord Bridge are among the campus attractions, all designed to bring American history and civics to life. The historically-inspired buildings capture the spirit of our founding fathers using rules of design for floor plans, site plans and detailing as they were used during the associated time period. Project Manager Mike Hamrick has served as the “Architect of the Village” since its inception, designing and overseeing construction of the entire campus and the structures that comprise this landmark educational facility.
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