Holocaust Memorial Center
Farmington Hills, MI
Davenport Masonry, Inc.
Architect: Contacts Without Company
The 51,000 square foot Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, Michigan, built by Davenport Masonry was designed by Neumann/Smith & Associates to resemble a World War II Concentration Camp.
Built on a nine-acre plot over the shell of a former movie theater, the Center was designed by Neumann/Smith & Associates with the physical features and infrastructure serving as a meaningful reminder of the Holocaust. With a total of 13,966 man-hours, Davenport's share of the $17 million building was $1.06 million for the masonry. The project started in August 2002 and finished in December 2003.