JCJ Architecture restores the 1914 New Haven County Courthouse.
Hartman-Cox Architects designs the new John A. Campbell Courthouse, which has reigned as the highest seat of justice in Mobile, Alabama, since 1934.
Saving historic buildings with energy-efficient HVAC systems.
The restoration of the Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse included windows and roofing. The project lasted six years and cost $60.96-million.