Oregon State Capitol Renovation (OSCR)

Oregon State Capitol Renovation (OSCR)

Architecture, Conservation & Planning | Salem, OR | Completed

The Oregon State Capitol, constructed at the height of the Depression and completed in 1938, is a landmark of transitional Modernistic design based on Classical architecture. The new “Stripped Classical” Capitol was strikingly modern at the time of its dedication, and it won acclaim for the building’s architects, Francis Keally and the New York firm of Trowbridge and Livingston.

Together with SRG Partnership, ARG has provided extensive architecture, preservation, and conservation services for the Oregon State Capitol Renovation (OSCR) project, including serving as lead preservation planner for the design team and leading the review and consultation process with the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).