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Clarksville-Montgomery County Courthouse
Historic Restoration 
Clarksville, TN

On January 20, 1999, an F4 class tornado destroyed or damaged many significant buildings in Clarksville, Tennessee, among them, the historic courthouse located in the heart of the historic center city. Damage to the building included the complete loss of the 62-foot tall, metal clad bell tower. The east portico and significant portions of the wall area above were destroyed. Of the four corner spires, only two remained, and they required replacement. The courthouse was constructed in 1879 after the downtown fire of 1878. The building is an impressive edifice of the Victorian Second Empire style and was a prominent feature of the city’s skyline and heritage of the community.

ICT provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and construction administration services for this historic restoration.

•  Facility was brought into substantial conformance with current building codes
•  Automatic sprinkler system was installed throughout the entire building including the attic areas
•  New east/west pedestrian corridor was constructed known as the Millennium Mall
•  Disability access to the site was provided on the Millennium Mall and at 2 other entrances

•  Winner of the National Associated Builders and Contractors Golden Eagle Award for Renovations
•  Winner of an AIA Honor Award