Originally constructed as a single-story office building in the late 50s early 60s, the Idaho Elk’s Krueger Building has undergone many changes throughout the years.  The building didn’t officially become a medical building until 1982 when it became the office for Phillip Krueger, M.D.; by then the building had
already added on a second floor and conference rooms.  The Kruger Medical Office Building was being used as off-site storage for the Idaho Elk’s Rehabilitation Hospital. Its complete renovation, finished in 2021; utilized the existing structure in order to re-brand it as a professional office building for Idaho
Elk’s board members. It’s transitioned from painted cedar siding, exposed CMU, wood wrapped windows, and a deteriorating 2nd floor deck; to a new building utilizing a sleek stucco overlay with engineered Nichiha Fiber Cement siding and dark aluminum frames holding low emissivity glass.  The renovation modernized the building, producing an executive office suite, offices and large technological conference rooms.  The Idaho Elks’ well-known color scheme of purple and yellow reflect the nature of the organizations’ commitment to providing aid for those in need. Purple and yellow representing both devotion, joy; words that sum up the Idaho State Elks Association and their services.