Greenville U.S. Courthouse
On December 18, 2015, the 114th United States Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 which included funding for a new federal courthouse in Greenville, MS. The General Services Administration (GSA) engaged with the U.S. Courts and Department of Justice to determine space requirements and establish the project budget. On November 15, 2016, Congress authorized GSA to proceed with the expenditure of funds in order to acquire a site, develop a design, and construct the new federal courthouse.
Current Status (December 2022)
- Construction is in progress.
- GSA awarded the construction contract to Robins & Morton Construction of Birmingham, AL.
- GSA awarded the Art in Architecture commission to Mississippi-based artist, Critz Campbell.
- Additional information may be found by following the links under 'News Releases' below.
- Construction completion is planned for Fall 2024.
- Project Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build
- Architect: Duvall Decker Architects (Co-Lead Designers: Roy Decker - Duvall Decker & Steve Dumez - Eskew+Dumez+Ripple)
- General Contractor: Robins & Morton Construction
- Completed Milestones:
- Design Start: Spring 2018
- Design Complete: Summer 2021
- Construction Start: Summer 2022
- Anticipated Milestones:
- Construction Complete: Fall 2024
- Awarded Contracts:
- Duvall Decker Architects (Architect of Record - February 2018)
- Robins & Morton Construction (General Contractor - March 2022)
- Critz Campbell (Art in Architecture - April 2020)
GSA Public Affairs Officer
- GSA Awards Construction Contract for New Federal Courthouse in Greenville, Mississippi
- GSA Releases Design of New Federal Courthouse in Greenville
- GSA Awards Architectural/Engineering Contract for new Federal Courthouse in Greenville, Mississippi
- GSA announces $947 million courthouse investment plan
- FY 2016 funding meets Judiciary needs