The Theodore Levin U.S. Courthouse was constructed from 1931-1934 and is a contributing building to the Detroit Financial District, a National Register Historic District. The intent of this project is a Major Building Systems Renovation that would allow the courthouse to be updated, while occupied, to provide safe, efficient, effective, and comfortable housing for the U.S. Courts and related agencies. The Courthouse is a ten-story building with one basement level below ground. Chief among the project goals to provide an upgraded facility that meets GSA’s facility requirements, including Accessibility criteria and is fully usable by the physically disabled; Compliance with applicable codes as well as GSA, Courts and DOJ Standards; Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED); Historic preservation requirements; Building Operational Goals for efficiency and cost savings. EYP of Washington DC is the Design Team Lead and we served as the local architect on the project, concentrating our efforts on the Basement, Arraignment Court Renovation, Finance Renovation, Probation Renovation, and the Swing Fit-Out while also assisting with Construction Administration throughout the building.