Missouri Federal Buildings

City Building Name
Cape Girardeau Rush Hudson Limbaugh Sr. U.S. Courthouse
Hannibal Hannibal Federal Building
Located at 801 Broadway, in the historic business district, this federal building offers easy access to U.S. Highways 36 and 61. Amenities include a guarded security entrance, ADA certified access ramp, state-of-the-art heating and air conditioning, on-site post office and property management.
Jefferson City Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse
Kansas City Bannister Federal Complex

Charles Evans Whittaker U.S. Courthouse

Former Hardesty Federal Complex

Richard Bolling Federal Building
St. Louis Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse

Robert A. Young Federal Building

Charles F. Prevedel Federal Building

Federal Records Center

Army Publications Center
The Sammy L. Davis Army Publications Center, predominantly warehouse space, was built by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1953, and ownership transferred to GSA in 1960. It is located at 1655 Woodson in Overland, and is the main building in the U.S. Army Publication Center Facility. A high-rise building, constructed in 1987 by GSA, is attached and used for additional storage.

National Archives at St. Louis
The National Personnel Records Center's Federal Records Center Program maintains the Official Personnel Folders of former federal civilian employees whose employment ended after 1951 and military members whose service ended after 1951. The NPRC is located in a leased facility at 1 Archives Drive, St. Louis, MO.

Goodfellow Federal Center
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