Restoration of The Old Montgomery County Courthouse which is recognized as one of the nation’s finest examples of Greek Revival-style architecture.
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.
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.
Renovation and preservation of the Frank Lloyd Wright - designed Westcott House in Springfield, Ohio, which was transformed into a museum and educational center.
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.
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.
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 designed the conversion of this Civil War-era military base into a one-of-a-kind arts impact high school for Columbus City Schools. The school now occupies five historic buildings totaling 168,000 square feet of space on the campus. Several of the the buildings had been vacant for 30+ years and were severely distressed after years of neglect.
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.
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 helped to bring this historic building back to life by designing replacement masonry wall (brick, terra-cotta and backup CMU structures) and designing new backup structural steel embedded in the masonry. We also provided criteria for the specialty signage contractor that took care of restoring the striking theater signage.
Schooley Caldwell has 70+ years of experience in preserving assets and envisioning the possibilities that lie within historically significant buildings. It’s a unique expertise that requires in-depth understanding of complex and time-honored systems — and a high level of technical and design know-how. Scroll through some of the structures we’re honored to have been working on for years.