Architectural and Engineering Consulting Services
106 South Harwood, Dallas, TX
Conley Group executed the coordination of Texas Historical Society’s determination of the building’s historical “Period of Significance” relative to original construction, and Oswald events.
The City of Dallas planned to execute an adaptive re-use project in conjunction with University of North Texas System on the Old City Hall building at 106 South Harwood Street.
This project involved exterior wall remediation, interior demolition and selected structural stabilization work by the City of Dallas, and interior remodel, renovation and tenant finish-out work to be performed by UNT Systems.
Exterior restoration including mansard roofs, exterior cladding, windows, sealants and remediation of below grade waterproofing.
Below grade waterproofing remediation included:
- Replacement of aluminum windows with new wood windows.
- Evaluation and restoration of limestone cladding, terra cotta components and sealants.
- Cleaning and restoration of exterior wall components.
- Restoration and Replacement of copper coping, gutters and flashing.
- Replacement Restoration of mansard tiles, roof and decking.
- Repair and Restoration of one roof mounted skylight.
Interior demolition to shell based on 1912 “Period of Significance” for the building. (Note: Interior demolition work shall specifically exclude Oswald period areas.)
- Restoration of building entrances including original doors.
- Evaluation and repair and replacement of internal roof downspouts.
- Planter landscaping replacement and mitigation.
- Metered utilities (natural gas, domestic water and electric) at 106 Harwood will be split for separate metered use by City of Dallas and UNT. This will include design of the natural gas service to 106 Harwood.
- Upgrade of building entrances relative to ADA compliance.
Analysis of cooling requirements at 2014 Main, as building independent from 106 Harwood, and development of specifications for replacement of existing chiller unit and controls.