New Mobile U.S. Courthouse and Campbell Courthouse
GSA is overseeing the design and construction of two projects in Mobile, Ala. The projects include construction of a new U.S. Courthouse and renovations to the historic John A. Campbell U.S. Courthouse in Mobile, Ala. To take advantage of available funding the two projects were awarded as a single contract, tying the new construction to the repair and alterations of the historic courthouse. Now that construction is complete, the vision of creating a federal judicial complex has been realized.
New Courthouse (Completed April 2020): The 155,600 gross square foot building is designed to meet the long-term needs of the courts family which includes six courtrooms and nine chambers. Tenants include U.S. District Judges, U.S. District Clerk, U.S. Magistrate Court and the U.S. Marshals Service. The new courthouse has five floors and a below-grade secured tenant parking garage.
Campbell Courthouse: The 115,015 gross square foot building was constructed in 1932 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The project includes re-using four existing courtrooms and seven existing judges’ chambers. The repairs and alterations include: improved accessibility; perimeter security improvements; building façade cleaning and maintenance; window replacement; HVAC, plumbing and electrical improvements; hazardous materials abatement; replacement of the emergency generator; a new fire suppression system including fire pump. All interior work was completed in accordance with the Secretary of Interior’s standards to maintain the historic integrity of the building.
Former Administrator Murphy, Attorney General Sessions Dedicate GSA-built Courthouse:
Total Project Costs: The project was funded with two appropriations (PL 111-17 for $50,000,000 in 2009, PL 113-76 $67,500,000 in 2014).
Project Delivery Method: Design Build
Architect of Record: Hartman Cox
Projected Timeline -- Campbell Courthouse (Renovation)
- Design Completion: July 2018
- Construction Start: July 2018
- Construction Completion: April 2020
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