The Commonwealth of Virginia Department of General Services has selected Quinn Evans Architects for the Renovation/ Restoration of Old City Hall. Located within the Capitol Square Complex in downtown Richmond, the Gothic Revival Style building was designed by Elijah E. Myers and constructed between 1886 and 1894. The building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated National Historic Landmark. Once renovated, the building will continue as an office building for use as a 21st century workplace by Commonwealth agencies. 
Quinn Evans Architects has an extensive portfolio of historic public buildings that includes 56 National Historic Landmarks. The firm is currently working on two Elijah E. Myers state capitol buildings – Michigan and Colorado.  
The Quinn Evans Architects’ team is led by Principal-in-Charge, Larry Barr, AIA and Project Manager, Thomas Jester, AIA, FAPT, with John Whitaker, AIA and Katie Irwin, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP as Project Architects. The project team includes Dunlap & Partners Engineers, KSA Interiors, Silman, GHD, Inc., Draper Aden Associates, Alpha Corporation, Chinook Systems, and Froehling & Robertson.  

View of Old City Hall in Richmond, Virginia, from the observation deck of New City Hall 
By Eli Christman from Richmond, VA, USA