Idaho State Capitol
- Photograph courtesy Philip Greenspun.
|Designed by||J.E. Tourtellotte and Company|
|Maximum height||208 feet/62 meters|
- At the top of the dome is a five-foot, seven-inch-tall eagle.
- Alaskan and Italian marble is used for the floors (grey and black).
- Georgia marble is used for the trim (red).
- Vermont marble is used on the interior walls (green).
- The capitol complex buildings are heated by geothermal energy.
- July, 2001: A $64,000,000.00 renovation project starts. It is the most expensive public works project in Idaho history.