Janssen Malloy LLP has been in the process of renovating its building, which sits adjacent to the Humboldt County Courthouse in downtown Eureka. Constructed in the late 1950's, the historic building originally housed separate individual law offices, reflecting an earlier time when solo law practice was much more common than it is today. As the Janssen Law Firm expanded over the years in numbers of attorneys, paralegal and support staff, it gradually took over almost all the space of the two story building.
The client reception area has been renovated and expanded, exposing the classic brick architecture of the outside on the interior side. Local architectural firm Freeman Architects (707-441-8740) drew up the plans for the renovation, and David Kitchen Construction (707-498-0948) is the general contractor in charge of the project. The remodeled reception area displays the fine craftsmanship of both David Kitchen Construction and Arcata Mill Works (Stephen Rice).
The renovations also replace the old fashioned florescent lights with new energy efficient indirect lighting. New wood floors and carpeting will help complete the make over of this historic Eureka building.