• Adaptive Reuse Municipal
  • 10,800 SF
  • Schematic Design - 2016

Crosskey Architects is working with Fuss & O’Neill to produce a schematic design for adaptive reuse of the historic jail house. The stone cellblock was constructed in 1845, with two-feet thick walls along the cells and fifteen-inch walls against the halls. The keepers mansion, a 37’ x 28’ appendage to the jail, housed the sheriff and his family on the first floor, and debtors and women prisoners on the second. The Town of Haddam aims to develop the jail house into a mixed use building containing a restaurant, museum and some office space. Crosskey Architects has developed various schematic plans for such, while Fuss & O’Neill has developed the overall site plan, abatement, market study and cost estimates.