Montgomery County Courthouse

After destruction by a tornado in 1999 that left only portions of four exterior walls standing, R.C. Mathews Contractor restored the 100-year old Courthouse to its original design. A 60-foot tall circular concrete structure supports the massive 90-foot tall clock tower. The project includes a millennium plaza with a commissioned fountain sculpture, elaborate stonework, and extensive millwork paneling and trim.

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Date Completed

January 2003

Architect

Lyle Cook Martin Architects

Recognition

2003 Associated Builders and Contractors National Eagle Award

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