Schooley Caldwell served as the architect for the City of Columbus on a $3.5 million renovation of City Hall, a historic (1928) building. The bulk of the work involved replacing the deteriorating windows on the first and second floors, which was far more energy-efficient and saved on heating and cooling costs.
Other work included hazardous material abatement, performing a building code analysis, reworking space layouts, upgrading conference rooms to accommodate modern technology and replace dated finishes, and renovation and upgrades to the Mayor’s office. This portion of the project was completed in 2014.
We also performed an exterior envelope assessment of the building.
90 W Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215