The Project was contracted to perform a Master Plan for the Lancaster County Courthouse for both the Judicial Office/Court functions and Administrative functions of the County. This project involved facility review of three buildings (existing main courthouse building, connected old courthouse building and an administrative office building at 150 N. Queen St.) and included approximately 50 departments and accounted for a ten year growth plan. After the Master Plan was completed, Greenfield Architects, LTD. was contracted to provide the design services for the renovation of the acquired 7-story and 3-story 272,000 square-foot administrative office building located at 150 N. Queen Street and their 7-story 240,000 square-foot judicial/courthouse facility located at 50 N. Duke Street in Lancaster, PA. The Project was divided into four phases: • 150 N. Queen St. ? Phase 1 – Renovations and County Department fit-outs (200,000 NSF renovated); ? Phase 2 – Renovations of 1st Floor for County Treasurer and District Justice Renovations; • Main Courthouse Facility ? Phase 3 – Renovations to the 1st Floor Restrooms and 1st Floor Entrance (via a DOE Energy Grant); ? Phase 4 –ADA and other miscellaneous renovations to the 4th floor of the Main Courthouse Facility. Space needs for each phase included but were not limited to renovations of existing space into offices, lobbies, training/meeting rooms, conference rooms, mezzanine storage areas, public areas (i.e. cafeteria, lunchrooms, etc.), public and private restrooms. Specific to the 150 building were the following areas; new and renovated office spaces for up to 45 different departments including Public Defender, County Commissioners, Domestic Relations, County Controller, Recorder of Deeds, County IT/G.I.S., etc.