Pensacola U.S. Courthouse Modernization

Pensacola U.S. District Courthouse

In 2018, the U.S. General Services Administration began efforts to modernize and repair the aging U.S. District Courthouse in Pensacola, Florida, including the replacement of the building’s façade and the standing seam metal roof system to prevent water intrusion, along with repairing structural damage and mold abatement. The project will also provide upgrades to the fire safety system, improved accessibility and a new heating ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system.

Current status

Beginning in Jan. 2018, construction continues on the U.S. District Courthouse in Pensacola.

Latest updates

Construction efforts on the Pensacola U.S. District Courthouse continue. The window and facade replacement are complete. The roof replacement is underway. Build back is occurring on all floors from the fifth floor down.

Project details

Total Estimated Project Costs: $30,781,000

Project Delivery Method: Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc)

Architect of Record: TTV Architects Inc. (Design Excellence lead designer – Beyer Blinder Belle of Washington, D.C.)

Projected Timeline

  • Final Design Delivery: Jan. 2018
  • Construction Start: Jan. 2018
  • Anticipated Construction Completion: 1st Qtr 2020

Awarded contracts:

  • TTV Architects Inc. (Architect/Engineer) – Awarded Dec. 2016
  • W.G. Yates and Sons Construction Company (Construction Manager as Constructor) – Awarded July 2017
  • AFG Group Inc. (CMa) – Awarded Nov. 2017

News Releases

GSA Awards Contracts for Pensacola Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse

Media Inquiries

Adam Rondeau
Public Affairs Officer
adam.rondeau@gsa.gov
470-495-7496

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