Reville House | Martin Methodist College | Brindley Construction

Reveille House - Martin Methodist College
Pulaski, Tennessee

Historic renovation

The Reveille House was built in 1868 for Benjamin Franklin Carter, a veteran of the Confederate States Army. This historic mansion, built in the Italianate architectural style, has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1994. 

It is now home to Martin Methodist College’s Office of the President and the Advancement Office. The entire building required extensive remodeling. Our team was able to salvage the original heart pine flooring and use it throughout the space. The first floor was converted to a multi-use conference room and entertainment area for events. The second floor contains offices, including that of the College’s President and his assistant. The renovation was completed in three months, just prior to students’ arrival in the fall.

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