Dallas Co. Records Building

Dealey Plaza, Historic Downtown Dallas

$138 Million Renovation and preservation of the historically iconic 1928 Dallas County Records Building in Dealey Plaza. The 4-year project will combine the three separate buildings into one, and will be home to a new lobby museum, in addition of a 7th floor that will be used for special events. The storied buildings also held inmates such as Jack Ruby and Clyde Barrow, and federal judge Sarah Hughes who swore in Lyndon B. Johnson after JFK’s assassination.

Project Features

Estimated Completion: 2022 

General Contractor: Manhattan Construction Company 

Owner: The City of Dallas

Architect: Gensler 

Landscape Architect: SWA Landscape Architect 

  • Large format face mix Pavestone pavers with a high-end finish 

    • Various dimensions; 6x18, 9x18, 18x18 ​

    • Polymeric Sand Joints​

  • Technical layout 

  • Overcame several unforeseen site conditions 

  • Installed integral colored concrete sidewalk bands

  • Procured material in live-traffic area of Downtown, as well as executed hardscape installation in small, condensed work area. 

  • Specialty edge restraint: concrete set soldier border coarse paver