Schooley Caldwell served as the architect for the 43,560 sq ft Wayne County Courthouse, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 26, 1973. The project consisted of exterior restoration and repairs, including masonry restoration, roof, sheet metal, windows, gutters, and paint.
The masonry restoration was extensive and included the following:
Replacement of damaged, chipped, cracked, spalled, and broken brick masonry as identified
Removing and resetting loose, displaced, or unstable masonry
Repointing brick masonry mortar joints to the extent indicated
Removing metal anchors and fasteners attached to and in the masonry
Cleaning general soiling of masonry using specified cleaners and pressurized water rinsing
Schooley Caldwell completed the project at the end of 2015.
215 N Grant Street
Wooster, OH 44691