The Louisville Metro Hall, formerly the Jefferson County Courthouse or Louisville Courthouse, is the center of Louisville, Kentucky’s government. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Construction began in 1837, and both the City of Louisville and Jefferson County governments started using it in 1842.

The Project required that the building stay occupied during construction therefore work was performed in phases as occupants were moved about in several stints. Phasing of the project added costs and complexities not normally found in renovation projects. Years of neglect and unknown conditions added to the difficulty of construction.

New systems were infused into the building to bring it up to current operating standards of the County. The project was partially federally funded therefore additional time was spent to ensure compliance with bidding and contracting requirements.

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