Robins & Morton breaks ground on U.S. Courthouse in Greenville

The courthouse is in the city’s original central business district

Officials from Robins & Morton, the General Services Administration and the city of Greenville were on hand to participate in the groundbreaking ceremony.

Robins & Morton and the General Services Administration have broken ground on the new U.S. Federal Courthouse in Greenville, Mississippi.

The 55,639-square-foot facility is located on 2.5 acres near the Mississippi River in the city’s original central business district. It will house the U.S. District Court, the U.S. Clerk of the Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, the U.S. Magistrate Court, U.S. Marshal Service, U.S. Probation, Federal Public Defender, U.S. Attorneys and the General Services Administration.

The courthouse will feature two courtrooms, as well as district, magistrate and visiting judicial chambers.

Robins & Morton is the general contractor, working with Duvall Decker Architects. The building is expected to open in Fall 2024.

Headquartered in Birmingham, Robins & Morton has offices in Charlotte, Dallas, Huntsville, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, San Antonio, Tampa and Raleigh-Durham. It specializes in government buildings, health care, hospitality, higher education, entertainment and sports facilities.

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