Williams County Courthouse

This three-story courthouse was built in the 1950s. Over the years, several projects were designed by our firm for the courthouse, including two courtrooms, office remodeling, indoor/outdoor jail exercise areas, a window replacement project, fire escape additions, heating and ventilation renovations, re-roofing, brick tuck pointing, and garage renovation.

Currently, a Law Enforcement Center has been added to the courthouse. This state of the art facility integrates a three-story addition to the existing courthouse. By relocating the Police, Sheriff and 911 Center adjacent to the existing courthouse allows for an upgraded facility to combine all the requirements for centrally localized municipal protection. The design consists of a main level café, meeting and training rooms, vehicle storage and the booking department. The main portion of the second and third level incorporates four highly secure two-story cell blocks with access to an outdoor exercise space and passage to the courtrooms in the courthouse. The remaining portion of the third level supports the Sheriff Department offices and their departmental requirements. The design and construction of the Law Enforcement Center is primarily made up of pre-cast concrete sandwich panels incorporating the primary structure and insulation for the facility. Construction for the new building began in April 2007. The 79,000 square feet facility has a budgeted cost of $17,000,000 with an expected completion in the summer of 2008.


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