A look at projects involving the design, construction and restoration of various public buildings, including city halls, monuments, court houses and libraries.
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Historical references, a high-performance building envelope, clean-energy technologies, and integration into a densely urban community make the building complex at 1703 Broadway a model project.
Goettsch Partners restores the barrel-vaulted ceiling at Chicago’s Union Station.
TreanorHL rehabilitates Napa County Superior Court after the South Napa earthquake severely damages the 1878 building.
A team of architects and artisans bring the façade of the Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Milwaukee back to its original splendor.
Citrus Square in Sarasota, FL, follows a New Urbanist master plan and features a series of six façades to create the illusion of multiple buildings.
The restoration of the Reynolds Center at the Smithsonian'by Hartman-Cox Architects sets a new standard for preservation and garners a 2007 Palladio Award.
The restoration and renovation of the historical Julia Ideson Building in Houston, TX.
David M. Schwarz designed a new downtown city hall for Alpharetta, GA, where a new library and park complement the new building.
The Old House of Delegates at the Maryland State House has been re-created back to its 1876 Victorian style.
Saving historic buildings with energy-efficient HVAC systems.
The restoration of the King Street Station, a national, state and city landmark in Seattle, WA, was led by ZGF Architects.
How to maintain the historic authenticity of the St. Louis Public Library while bringing the building's systems and functions into a new century.
The Harris County Courthouse in downtown Houston, TX, has been restored to its original 1910 condition thanks to a seven-year restoration completed in 2012.
The restoration of the Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse included windows and roofing. The project lasted six years and cost $60.96-million.
The 58,000-sq.ft. historic rehabilitated City Hall of Atascadero, CA reopened in April, 2013.
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