City of Belton City Hall

MRB Group was selected for architectural and engineering services for the redesign of both the interior and exterior of the existing City Hall building, in downtown Belton, Texas.

This project consisted of interior renovations to the Planning Department, the public spaces including restrooms and conference room, and several individual offices.  Additionally, the City of Belton was looking for a major facelift on the exterior of the building, not only for aesthetic reasons, but to also meet the ADA-accessibility requirements to public buildings.

MRB Group prepared as-built drawings for the original building, code analysis, and preliminary plans based on multiple projected uses and occupancies classifications. MRB also successfully obtained a F.I.G. (Facade Improvement Grant) from the City of Belton and began the demolition of the original exterior stone walls. The 1970’s façade was kept in place to minimize the demolition of this iconic building, and a new arbor structure, covered walkway, planters and ramps were added to the façade to give the structure a more modern/updated look.

  • Accessibilty was met throughout the facility.
  • New interior finishes were installed throughout the building.
  • New ramp and ADA access were added to both the front (public entrance) and rea (staff entrance of the building. a preliminary building code analysis for the total project.