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GSA announces Congressional authorization of Harrisburg, PA Courthouse

November 23, 2016

Harrisburg Courthouse is moved to number 1 on priority list

PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has announced plans to move forward with efforts to construct a new courthouse in Harrisburg, PA. The project is now first on the U. S. Courts’ priority list of FY18 projects.

“GSA is excited that this project is moving forward, and it will serve as an economic catalyst for the City of Harrisburg,” said GSA Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Sara Manzano-Diaz.

The site for the new courthouse is Sixth and Reily Streets in the Midtown section of Harrisburg. The project includes the design and construction of a courthouse of approximately 243,000 gross square feet and will house eight courtrooms and eleven chambers.

Similar GSA projects have contributed to reducing the government’s environmental footprint, creating valuable savings, and serving the nation’s communities in a positive way.

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