Immaculate Conception Church – Renovation
Oswego County Courthouse
Between 1989 and 1994 renovation of the historically significant Court House was implemented. Work has included both exterior wall and metal roof restoration and, most recently, the entire renovation and modernization of the interior including the mechanical systems. It is occupied by the County Clerk, Supreme Court and Surrogate Court. The exterior restoration included the complete reconstruction of the built-in gutter system, cornice and secondary cupolas (that were designed from historic photographs), removal and abatement of deteriorated roofing systems and installation of new standing seam copper roofing. The main building cupola was restructured and completely restored. Exterior windows were replaced with new thermally broken thermal pane windows that match each original window in size, trim, operation, hardware and muntin pattern. The interior restoration implemented the approved Court Facility Capital Plan bringing the facility in compliance with the Office of Court Administration current standards. The Supreme Court Room, Surrogate Court Room, Judges’ Chambers, Clerks Offices and Grand Jury Rooms were restored to the original splendor incorporating ‘State-of-the-Art ‘ mechanical , acoustical, and Life-Safety Systems.