During construction of the Annex Creek Project, the camp area included temporary buildings to house the workers and support the construction. There were bunkhouses and a mess hall for 100 workers, as well as a temporary floating dock for offloading equipment and materials.
Click here for an original drawing of the construction camp
Once construction was complete, the temporary facilities were removed leaving the powerplant, three cottages for the operators and their families, and some small shop buildings.
Click here for a floor plan of the operator's cottage
Some of the original buildings remain today including the powerplant, two of the original cottages and one shop building, though they have been remodeled. One cottage houses the plant operator and the other is for temporary workers. A few smaller buildings have also been added over the years.