Pierre Federal Courthouse and Office Building

Pierre, South Dakota

Project Description

This Federal Office Building and Post Office was originally constructed in 1965 and, at the time, provided the only available space in Pierre for various agencies of the United States. CDC teamed with Sheehy, RSA and Harmon to deliver a turnkey design/build recladding for the General Services Administration Region 8 (GSA). This facade replacement was funded by the ARRA, and bid, designed, and executed within a 24-month schedule on an occupied building. The new curtain wall was designed to reduce the building's total energy consumption by more than 20% and placed the building into the high-performance green building category

Scope of Services

CDC provided pre-construction testing, consulting, analysis of the existing concrete structural framing, detail drawings and specifications for the curtain wall and surrounding granite cladding, construction administration and field testing/commissioning services.

CDC Client

Sheehy Construction
Harmon Inc
Robert Siegel Architects

Architect of Record

Robert Siegel Architects

Date of Completion