The former Riley Law Building was renovated to become the Kaley Center. Since tenants occupied the building during the renovation, the project was completed in multiple phases. The first phase consisted of exterior work to restore the building's original appearance with replacement windows, brick cleaning and trim installation. Phase two brought the building up to code with mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection system upgrades. Interiors were also refinished at this time including the building lobby and elevators. The final phase improved site conditions with new landscaping, paving and parking lot control. Now the 10-story building houses multiple tenants including a national roofing company with 80 employees.
- Location: Wheeling
- Client: Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc.
- Services: Architectural Design Development, Construction Drawings, Coordinating Consultants, Construction Administration
- Cost: 5,000,000