GSA, US Courts break ground on Mobile, Ala. federal courthouse

March 11, 2016

 

Mobile, Ala.--  The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), U.S. District Court, Southern District in Alabama, and local elected officials today broke ground on the Mobile, Alabama federal courthouse construction and renovation project.  The $90M initiative includes a new 155,600 s.f. courthouse, followed by renovations to the historic Campbell U.S. Courthouse to be completed in Fiscal Year 2020.  The project will consolidate court operations out of leased space into a sustainable, high-performing, and secure campus that meets LEED Gold standards, saves taxpayer dollars and spurs local development.

 

 

Pictured (l to r): Lead Designer Lee Becker, GSA Commissioner Norman Dong, Lead Designer Mary Kay Lanzillotta, Mobile Mayor William

Lead Designer Lee Becker, GSA Commissioner Norman Dong, Lead Designer Mary Kay Lanzillotta, Mobile Mayor William "Sandy" Stimpson, US Senator Jeff Sessions, US Senator Richard Shelby, US Representative Bradley Byrne, Senior Judge Charles R. Butler, Jr., Chief Judge William Steele.  Credit: Sam Harris/GSA

 

Pictured: Davidson High School J.R.O.T.C., Mobile, Alabama

Pictured: Davidson High School J.R.O.T.C., Mobile, Alabama

 

 

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