Reeves Young completed the intricate renovation of this 1884 historic county courthouse on the square in downtown Covington that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The three-story courthouse with clock tower required cleaning and restoration of the exterior masonry; hazardous materials abatement; historic wood window, door, and interior trim restoration; plaster restoration; and interior wood flooring restoration. All electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and HVAC systems were updated and retrofitted into the existing structure. The rehabilitation resulted in the use of the courthouse for county government operations such as planning and development, purchasing, and other administrative offices. The original courtroom was converted to the county Board of Commissioners meeting room.
This 182,668 SF project built by Reeves Young is in downtown Augusta and consists of a brand-new judicial center. The judicial center includes courtrooms, sheriff’s offices, sally port, administrative offices, and city services.
Reeves Young served as Construction Manager at Risk for the new construction of this 72,000 SF four-story county judicial facility. The new building consolidated the county judicial functions including the Juvenile Court, Probate Court, and Superior Court. The new facility also included the solicitor’s office, a sally port, holding cells, clerk of court’s office, judge’s chambers, jury assembly room, district attorney’s office, conference rooms, prosecutor’s office, and administrative offices.