This project was for the renovation of the existing Courthouse Building built in 1884. Work included demolition of the existing interior down to the structure. Reconfiguring of the spaces with new walls, ceilings, floors, finishes and bringing the entire building up to current building code and ADA code compliance. Site work included a new accessible entrance, sidewalks and site lighting. Eggemeyer Associates Architects was brought on as a consulting architect at the start of construction after the Architect of record went out of business.
The 5,400 s.f. City Hall provides office space for City of Anna Administration and staff, along with a multi-purpose room for community events and City Council meetings. A partial basement provides archive storage for City records. A drive-up window provides City residents convenience in paying City water or electric bills. The lobby area is separated from the offices by a locked door and security glass at the reception counter, providing safety for the employees and security for cash transactions.
This project included for the construction of a new two-story addition to the original 1905 library. The addition provides community spaces, offices, and a computer lab, as well as the new elevator to make the existing library ADA compliant. The 1905 building was completely renovated with a new roof, interior finishes, lighting, electrical upgrades, security system and HVAC.