This complex of painted concrete tilt-wall sheds faces a freeway frontage road. It contains a service center and garage for the maintenance and repair of diesel truck engines and was built by the Cummins Engine Company of Columbus, Indiana, a major American corporate patron of modern architecture in the second half of the twentieth century. Carlos Jiménez, Taft Architects, and Caudill Rowlett Scott are the Houston architects who contributed to Columbus's flowering as a showcase of American architecture, much of it sponsored by the Cummins Engine Foundation.
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Cummins Southern Plains Parts and Service Building
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