Los Angeles Hall of Justice

Built in 1925 with bold classical detailing and matching facades on all four sides the Hall of Justice is the oldest surviving government building in the Los Angeles Civic Center and a striking example of Beaux Arts design. The project’s restoration efforts included an industry pioneering micro-abrasive cleaning technique and repair/replacement of exterior granite, terra cotta façade, terrazzo, and the interior stone cladding. A LEED Gold project, DBIA National Award of Merit – Rehabilitation, Renovation and Restoration and ENR California Best Project of the Year – Best Project, Renovation/Restoration.

Location / Region

Los Angeles, CA

Date Completed



Clark Construction

Type of Project


Services Provided

Design Build/ Design Assist, Dimensional Stonework, Historical Stone Restoration, Historical Terracotta Restoration, Mechanically Fastened Stone, Seismic Retrofit, Stone Paving