Las Vegas city council approves development agreement for courthouse P3

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The city council of Las Vegas has approved a development agreement with The Molasky Group of Companies to develop the City of Las Vegas Municipal Courthouse. The four-story, almost 13,000m2 development will be located on approximately one acre in the civic corridor of downtown Las Vegas, to the southeast of the Las Vegas City Hall.

Designed to complement City Hall while starting to create a complex of City facilities, the Courthouse will be built for approximately US$56.3 million.

The facility will house the City’s Municipal Court functions including Traffic Court, six additional Courtrooms, City Attorney’s office, customer service, court administration, classrooms and public space.  Included in a sub-basement level will be secure parking and a sally port for prisoner transportation.

Construction is scheduled to commence around August 2019 and will bring more than 150 construction jobs to downtown Las Vegas. The project will be complete by January 2021.

Joining The Molasky Group on the development team are: Martin Harris Construction as general contractor, PGAL as lead architect, X-9 Design Group as design architects, Walter P. Moore as structural engineer, MS Engineering for MEP and ITS, and GCW Engineering as civil engineers.

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