Architect chosen for $335 million Hartford federal courthouse project

The U.S. General Services Administration awarded a $32.2 million contract for architectural and engineering services for a federal courthouse planned for Hartford, the agency announced Thursday. The proposed courthouse will provide 11 courtrooms, 18 judge chambers and offices for court-related agencies, along with 66 secured parking spaces. It is supposed to replace the existing courthouse on Main Street, which was constructed in 1963. Hughes said at this point GSA is just analyzing two locations, the one on Woodland and the one on Allyn. Maltzan will work with Glastonbury-based SLAM Collaborative, which will provide architectural supports. Construction is targeted to start in 2027, with the new court ready for occupancy in 2030, according to Hughes.

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