Reyman Bros.’ passion for historic preservation was evident in the restoration of the Mono County Courthouse, where the team went to work protecting the structure by repairing existing windows, siding, and trims, painting, and installing a new metal roof. Inside, Reyman Bros. updated the restrooms to be ADA-compliant and added a steel-and-glass elevator to facilitate disabled access to the courtrooms on the second floor. The Mono County Courthouse, which was built to contend with nearby Bodie’s criminal element, was completed in 1881 and is still in use today. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Owner: Mono County, California
General Contractor: Reyman Bros. Construction
Architect: Sweeney Architecture
Project Manager: Jace Callender