In the late 1980s, the firm was initially retained for the restoration of the Baltimore City Courthouse’s interior public spaces and key elements of the exterior facades of this monumental Beaux-Arts style landmark designed by Wyatt and Nolting, for the building’s re-dedication as the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse in 1987.
The firm was later retained by the City of Baltimore to help design and orchestrate restoration, rehabilitation, and ADA improvements to a variety of original courtrooms, support spaces, public corridors and restrooms. Specialized work completed included: cleaning of limited portions of the marble and granite facades; restoration of all monumental bronze entrance doors and grillwork; restoration of two heavily deteriorated and covered historic decorative stained art glass domes; period lighting; decorative plaster repair, and repainting several public spaces with original historic color palettes.
City of Baltimore
81,000 SF (facade surface area)