The office building of the Kolyvano-Resurrection Plant is an architectural monument of the mid-18th century. But above all, the structure is known that the inventor I. I. Polzunov worked here in 1762-1766. After the transfer of the Kolyvano-Voskresensk factories under the authority of the royal cabinet in 1747, on-site management was carried out by the Main Mining Board. It was originally located in Zmeinogorsk and only a few years later was transferred to Barnaul. In the second half of the 18th century, the first two-storied stone building with 8 windows along the facade with a tower was built for the Mountain Council. In the 1930s, the building was rebuilt by the architect Ya. N. Popov, who connected the Office with a portico to the adjacent building of the Tool Shop. At the same time, a tower with a clock bell was removed, the number of window openings on the front facades was reduced from four to two. In the 1940s, a wooden vestibule was attached to the main entrance. In 2002-2003, the tower was restored and the building itself was restored. From the 1840s until 1912 the collection of the Mining Museum, founded in 1823 by P. K. Frolov, the head of the Kolyvano-Voskresensk factories, was in the house. In 1920, the building was nationalized and occupied by the Provincial Committee of Red Army Farms and the Land Committee; further until 1930, the District Barnaul Land Administration and the Goszemtrest plan storage facility were located here; in 1933, the building was transferred to the Office of Land Management.