New Nashville U.S. Courthouse
Fred D. Thompson U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building
The Fred D. Thompson U.S. Courthouse in Nashville, TN consists of approximately 275,000 gross SF, eight courtrooms, 11 judges’ chambers on six tenant floors and a basement level with structured parking. The new facility provides workspace for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Probation, the U.S. Attorney’s office, GSA and U.S. Senate offices.
On April 22, 2022, Hensel Phelps substantially completed the Fred D. Thompson U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building in Nashville, TN.
- Total project funding: $167,449,000
- Project delivery method: Bridging Design-Build
- Lead designer: Michael Graves + Thomas Miller Partners, a Joint Venture
- Architect of record: Fentress Architects (provided under the Bridging Design-Build Services contract - Hensel Phelps Construction Co.)
- Projected timeline:
- Construction start: June 2018
- Final design delivery: November 2019
- Actual construction completion: April 22, 2022
- Actual start of occupancy: May 6, 2022
- Partner contracts:
- Jacobs Technology Inc. (CMa Services) – Awarded Sep. 2016
- Sustainable SITES:
- Groundbreaking event held for new U.S. Courthouse for the Middle District of Tennessee
- GSA Announces $947 Million Courthouse Investment Plan
- FY 2016 Funding Meets Judiciary Needs
- New Federal Courthouse Facilities Coming to Nashville, Charlotte, Greenville, Anniston and Savannah
- GSA Awards Contracts For Nashville's New U.S. Courthouse Construction Project
The shortcut to this page is gsa.gov/nashvillecourthouse.