Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center Awards and Honors

The beauty and historical integrity of the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center has earned it a distinctive reputation in the architectural community. The Courtroom was featured on the cover of Windows, a bimonthly publication of Heritage Ohio & Downtown Ohio, Inc. The law library was featured on the cover of Traditional Building magazine, a national trade magazine for architects involved in public architecture. The Ohio Historical Society featured the Moyer Judicial Center on the cover of its quarterly publication, Timeline, along with a 17-page article tracing the history of "Ohio's Pride" and featuring numerous full-color photographs.

In addition, the Moyer Center was named "Best House for a High Court" by Ohio Magazine and has been the recipient of multiple awards.

Honors received by architects, artisans, builders and contractors for work on the Moyer Center in 2004 include:

The 2004 Annual Award for Best Rehabilitation Project — Accepted on behalf of the Ohio Building Authority by Schooley Caldwell Architects, from Heritage Ohio, a statewide historical preservation advocacy organization, at the organization's annual Preservation & Revitalization Conference.

The Build Ohio 2004 Award - Construction Management — Awarded to Messer Construction Co. by the Associated General Contractors of Ohio.

The Build Ohio 2004 Award - Specialty Contractors — Awarded to TP Mechanical contractors by the Associated General Contractors of Ohio.

Honor Award 2004 — Awarded to Schooley Caldwell Associates and Feinknopf Macioce Schappa Architects by the Columbus Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

The 2004 James B. Recchie Design Award — Awarded to Schooley Caldwell Associates, associate firm Moody Nolan and Feinknopf Macioce Schappa Architects by the Columbus Landmarks Foundation, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to preserving and celebrating Columbus' architectural legacy.

The 2004 Special Team Merit Award for Renovation — Awarded to Schooley Caldwell Associates, associate firm Moody Nolan and Feinknopf Macioce Schappa Architects by the Ohio Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.