Monroe County Courthouse
History: Designed by Mifflin G. Bell, the Courthouse exemplifies the late 19th century Romanesque architectural style. Constructed in 1896, the building still stands as the city’s primary courthouse.
Scope: Replacement of architectural red sand stone façade elements. Design and restoration of front entrance loggia feature that had been previously removed.
Challenge: Replacing in-situ stone pieces without disrupting adjacent units and historic restoration on façade.
Result: Award-winning façade restoration with newly carved Corinthian capitals and balustrade.