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City Hall

Waterbury’s City Hall was designed and built in 1915 by Cass Gilbert, architect of New York’s first skyscraper, the Woolworth building, and the U.S. Supreme Court building. The 90,000 square foot, three-story, brick, marble, and limestone Colonial Revival style building was an integral part of Cass Gilbert’s vision of a “Grand Street” in the heart of Waterbury. PMG has been charged with overseeing the restoration/renovation of historic City Hall and has worked to present a plan which will address a number of objectives:

  • Sensitive, respectful restoration that retains historic character
  • Meets all applicable codes
  • Accommodates new technologies and energy-efficient systems

PMG has worked in close collaboration with architects, technical specialists, preservation professionals and future occupants of the building in order to respect Cass Gilbert’s original work, yet meet the active needs of our growing City.

View our monthly photo gallery below

        Pre-Construction                                        March 2009
        April 2009                                                    May 2009
        June 2009                                                      June Part 2 
        July 2009                                                      August 2009
        September 2009                                         October 2009