Market Tower is a 35-story, mixed use development that will be built adjacent to the North Market and includes apartments, office, retail, and parking in addition to expansion space for the market.
Hubbard Park Place is a new mixed-use infill development with 101 apartment units, office space, parking, and a rooftop pool.
Lincoln at Pearl is a new building in the Short North that will include residential units, parking garage, and restaurant space.
The Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center is a new office building for the City of Columbus, that will serve as a “one-stop shop” for residents and businesses to take care of a multitude of City-related transactions.
The Brunner Building is a new six-story mixed-use building that will include retail space, office space, and apartment units.
The $30 million project included new housing to accommodate thirty Greek chapters, encouraging students to engage with each other in shared outdoor spaces.
Schooley Caldwell designed a three-story addition to the existing building at 937-951 North High Street in the Short North.
Schooley Caldwell was part of the Design/Build team designing OSU's North Residential District Transformation, which added over 3,200 beds and helped revitalize north campus.
Schooley Caldwell designed a restoration of the front facade of the historic Marion Palace Theatre.
Schooley Caldwell was the Architect of Record for a $30 million renovation of the main branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
The renovation of the Grand Ballroom (now the Union Station Ballroom) at the Greater Columbus Convention has been completed as part of a larger renovation and addition project.
Schooley Caldwell designed the long anticipated renovation of the historic Atlas Building, which now has retail space at street level and 98 residential units on floors 2-12.
Schooley Caldwell designed the transformation of the historic Carlisle Building in downtown Chillicothe, a landmark that was originally built in 1885 and that had fallen into serious disrepair.
The scope of this project involved exterior renovation and restoration to the 1895 Wyandot County courthouse, which contained various roofing types, including copper and a membrane roofing system that replaced the original roof.
Griggs Reservoir Boathouse, which serves the OSU crew team, the Greater Columbus Rowing Association, Columbus Recreation and Parks, and neighborhood/community groups.
The 10-story, 237,000 SF former Hall of Justice building was comprehensively renovated into a multi-tenant support building for the county government complex. The building had been vacated in 2011 when the new Common Pleas Courthouse was completed, and County officials decided to reinvest in the building and reuse it for other functions.
Schooley Caldwell was the Design Architect for the $11.2 million renovation and addition at Stewart Elementary, a historic school in German Village originally built in 1874
Schooley Caldwell designed the conversion of this Civil War-era military base into Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center for Columbus City Schools. The school now occupies five historic buildings totaling 168,000 square feet of space on the campus. Several of the buildings had been vacant for 30+ years and were severely distressed after years of neglect.
This project involved renovation of a 96,000 SF, 6-story academic building as well as construction of a 20,000 SF addition.
Schooley Caldwell designed the $18 million transformation of the Old Ohio School for the Deaf into the new home for Cristo Rey Columbus High School, a Catholic college preparatory school serving disadvantaged students.
Schooley Caldwell completed a comprehensive Master Plan for the nine buildings that make up Franklin County’s Government Center in downtown Columbus. Schooley Caldwell subsequently designed the new entry pavilion at the Hall of Justice building, which ties together the existing complex with the new courthouse building which was completed in 2010.
The Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) was built in the 1930s and in 2008, they needed to renovate the historic museum building in order to continue providing guests with a great experience as well as to prepare for CMA’s future growth.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the turn-of-the-century Palm House at the Franklin Park Conservatory is an extraordinary Victorian glass structure that houses an equally extraordinary botanical collection.
For nearly 100 years, the Lazarus department store was a fixture in downtown Columbus. In 2004 the store closed, but the building was far from being forgotten. Schooley Caldwell served as the architect-of-record and engineer-of-record for the big changes to give the Lazarus Building a second life.
Built in 1912, the 327,000 SF Utah State Capitol had a seismic $227 million upgrade. The fundamental objectives for the project were to stay true to the architect’s original intentions while improving the building’s functional usefulness.
Schooley Caldwell has been working at the Joseph P. Kinneary US Courthouse since the 1980s, as the result of a series of GSA on-call/IDIQ contracts. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, it is a significant riverfront building dating to 1931.
Schooley Caldwell designed a full renovation to Shively Hall, a 55,000SF 160-bed residence and dining hall. This project involved renovations to existing rooms, ADA accessibility upgrades, and the creation of living/learning centers within the residence hall.
The Ohio Statehouse, completed in 1861, is considered one of the nation’s most important architectural gems. After more than a century of intense use, alteration, and neglect, the Statehouse and Senate Building were in dire need of restoration and renovation. Schooley Caldwell was selected to design this revitalization and restoration.
Ohio Wesleyan University’s Stuyvesant Hall originally opened in 1931 as a majestic residence hall housing first-year women, and though a campus landmark for 80 years, it had fallen into major disrepair.
Renovation and preservation of the Frank Lloyd Wright - designed Westcott House in Springfield, Ohio, which was transformed into a museum and educational center.
This project involved the adaptive re-use of a 13-story, 400,000 SF state office building completed in 1933. The building adapted well for the Court, accommodating office and library functions, as well as educational and legal functions involving visitors and the public.
Restoration of The Old Montgomery County Courthouse which is recognized as one of the nation’s finest examples of Greek Revival-style architecture.
Schooley Caldwell served as Architect of Record for the $170,000,000, full renovation and expansion of five student housing facilities in the south campus area: Siebert, Stradley, Park, Smith, and Steeb Halls.
Schooley Caldwell designed a complete renovation and a 10,000 SF addition to the 1921 Clinton Elementary School.
Slated for demolition, East High School, with its prominent location on Broad Street, the decision was made to reuse the building and add on to it. Schooley Caldwell provided historic preservation design and mechanical and electrical engineering for the renovation and expansion.