The Memorial Tower rises 217 feet above the surrounding observation deck and 268 feet above the north lawn. The cylindrical tower is 36 feet in diameter at its base and 28 feet in diameter at the top observation platform. Two buildings on the observation deck house Memory Hall and Exhibition Hall.
Restoration and adaptive reconstruction of the Memorial was designed to update the facilities to current code and accessibility requirements, provide modern security, lighting, and environmental controls. The renovated facility houses an expanded Liberty Memorial Museum, which is the largest and most important collection of World War I artifacts in the United States.
The project was completed in two phases. The first phase was completed May 2002 and was timed to coincide with the rededication of the monument on Memorial Day. The second phase was completed in November of 2003. In 2008, we completed a 2,783-square-foot tenant finish project to update the Memorial's cafeteria. We were invited back in 2012 to complete electrical, security, landscaping site upgrades and stone restoration of existing buildings and structures at the Liberty Memorial site.