OLD DC CITY HALL/

COURTHOUSE

Washington, DC

PROJECT SCOPE

This $99M, 477,613SF historic preservation, adaptive reuse effort converted the landmark Old DC City Hall for use as a new facility for the DC District Court of Appeals.  Our work on this LEED-certified building included courtrooms, judges’ chambers, offices, library, entailing restoration and replication of historic luminaires, and restored to elegance the stair hall where President Lincoln spoke.

AWARDS

2010 IIDA/IES Lighting Award of Merit

2010 Washington Bldg. Congress Award, Lighting

2010 US General Services Administration Design Award

2010 AIA Justice Facilities Review Award

2010 Assoc. General Contractors of America Nat’l Merit

2010 Structural Engr. Assoc. Metro. DC Project of the Year

2009 DC Award of Excellence, Historic Preservation

2009 DC AIA Award of Merit Historic Resources

2009 Mid-Atlantic Construction Award for Gov’t Projects

2009 McGraw-Hill Construction's Best of the Best Award

CLIENT

US General Services

Administration

ARCHITECT

Beyer Blinder Belle