Stanley Mosk Library & Courts Building Renovation

Jobsite Address:

914 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814

Client:

State of California, Department of General Services

Architect:

Carey & Company, Inc.

Contract:

$37 Million

Scope:

This Historic 1928, 5 story Supreme Court and State library sits across form the State Capitol in downtown Sacramento. The project included repair to exterior granite, terra cotta blocks and replacement of the historic windows. The interior was upgraded on all the Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing with a state of the art mist system for the fire sprinkler. All this was done with little to no impact to the historic fabric of the interior walls and murals. Many of the ceilings and much of the crown molding was restored to it’s prior glory and beauty. Much of the building did receive ADA upgrades including two lift to access the entry. Lighting was added to modernize the system and the light wells where once again opened back up to allow natural light in the court room and meeting room. Court floor was once again installed in the main reading room as well.

Superintendent:

Doug Clymer

Project Manager:

JP Van Zee