LASALLE COUNTY – COURTHOUSE PRESERVATION – PHASE I, Cotulla, Texas
The second phase of the LaSalle County Courthouse included a complete interior preservation. The original terrazzo floors were removed and then replicated. The Lueders Stone wainscot was replicated or restored as needed. Historical hardware and light fixtures were replicated. All metal and wood furniture was completely refinished or restored. The entire interior was repainted with historically correct colors. ADA compliant bathrooms were completed with replicated historical toilet partitions. The building received all new electrical, plumbing, fire sprinkler and security systems. Complete audio visual systems were installed. The vault doors were restored as was the gold leaf on exterior terracotta ornaments.
The LaSalle County Courthouse is one of the most unique structures in the State of Texas. Many Courthouses throughout the state have been severely modified, added on to or even destroyed since they were originally built. The Las Salle County Courthouse, however, has not only retained its original configuration, but most of its finishes and furniture remain intact.
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