Denton County Courthouse
The Denton County Courthouse was designed by architect W.C. Dodson and is considered to be one of the most significant and impressive examples of public architecture in Texas. A master plan was prepared that identified three phases of work based on the level of critical need for preservation. One of the most critical items of work was the masonry, which had suffered from previous repair campaigns. The masonry was conserved, the exterior restored and the interior was rehabilitated to reveal the historic design, while upgrading the building for code compliance and state of the art mechanical, electrical and data systems.