New Haven Register:
New Haven Superior Courthouse Once Again a Jewel on the Green

By Mary E. O’Leary

The scaffolding is finally down and the exterior of the 1914 Beaux-Arts design Superior Court building on the New Haven Green has emerged, stabilized and gleaming.

For architects Roy C. Olsen, senior associate and director of technical resources at JCJ Architecture, and David Barkin, chief architect for the state of Connecticut, it has been a labor of love as they oversaw the restoration of one of the main anchors on the Green.

Olsen has broad experience with building envelope restoration, while Barkin, who previously was a principal at JCJ Architecture, is noted for his historic-preservation expertise.

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You can also learn more about our work on the New Haven Courthouse by viewing our project webpage or the New Haven Register’s original photo gallery by Peter Hvizdak.