Lansing, Michigan – 2700 Tons
Following decades of planning and debate, the State of Michigan has commissioned the construction of a dedicated building for the State Supreme Court. Douglas Steel is under contract with The Christman Company of Lansing to fabricate and erect the 2,700 tons of structure steel and miscellaneous iron designed to frame this stately monument. The sweeping arches, curves and domes are famed with complex steel framing. The entire building is skinned with limestone supported by structural steel. The erection began in November 2000 and was completed in May 2001.