Pecos NHP to convert historic trading post into VC, museum & offices
Pecos National Historical Park has been awarded funding to rehabilitate the historic Kozlowski's Trading Post along Highway 63 in Pecos, New Mexico. The project, which begins in late February 2019, will transform the building into a visitor contact station, museum, and employee office space.
Founded to preserve both historic and natural resources, Pecos allows hikers to explore ruins and the landscape that drew humans to this spot for hundreds of years. Weil Construction from Albuquerque is the General Contractor and is teamed with Avanyu General Contracting of Española and Pat Taylor Historic Preservation of Mesilla, New Mexico, for the rehabilitation phase of the project. No tax dollars will be used for this initiative, instead receipts from visitor entrance fees from parks around the country will fund the rehabilitation of this building.