KCCT renovates the Moultrie Courthouse 5th floor and welcomes new team member
Construction recently began to renovate the District of Columbia’s Court Reporting division located on the 5th-floor of the H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse at Judiciary Square in Washington, DC. KCCT’s renovation design incorporates security improvements, the reconfiguration of offices, and the reconstruction of 20,000 square feet of space.
The project will be completed in five phases over the next twelve months and will allow for continued occupancy and operations for the division. As part of the building wide improvements for aesthetics, materials, and lighting, the renovation will ultimately provide better working conditions for court reporters and judges that serve the District of Columbia.
KCCT Project Team includes: Principal Enrique A. Bellini, AIA; Project Manager E. Mitchell Buck; Project Designer Karen Domarasky, LEED AP.
KCCT’s newest team member
KCCT welcomed Jonathan Halpin as the newest member to the Marketing Department. Prior to joining the KCCT team, Jonathan worked at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) as their Conferences Manager. He was responsible for planning, organizing, and executing the association’s four annual conferences which ranged from 100-600 attendees. Most recently, Jonathan helped planned ACSA’s 100th Anniversary in Boston, MA.
Jonathan received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia in 2009, and is excited to continue working within the architectural field.