PA Judicial Building

  • Date: 23 July 2009
  • Client: Mascaro Construction Co.
  • Location: Harrisburg, PA

About this Project

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Building

This brand-new courthouse for the state of Pennsylvania was the largest project ever undertaken by Harris Masonry. The challenges presented by the height and extremely constricted jobsite were enormous, as was the aggressive schedule. Harris employed over one hundred skilled workers to erect over 200 truckloads of Indiana limestone and Vermont granite. This, along with the entire shell being encased in CMU, was completed in less than a year.

The use of numerous hoisting devices, such as tower cranes, traditional cranes and numerous all terrain forklifts were used to feed multiple sections of hydraulic scaffold that soared over one hundred feet in the air.

A project of true epic masonry proportions.

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