Historic restoration of the downtown Nashville courthouse consisted of new elevators and stairwells in the existing building, along with a new penthouse made out of brick. There was also an extensive amount of existing site masonry that was removed and relayed, including fountains and granite, limestone and crab orchard.
Construction consisted of removal and resetting of granite fountains for new waterproofing, structural block elevators and stairwells, brick façade on the new penthouse, and removal and relaying of limestone, granite, and crab orchard panels.
GC: Hardaway Construction
Architect: Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects
Completed in 2007