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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Rethinking Civic Architecture in Mississippi: Lessons Learned from the Jackson Federal Courthouse Project 

01-20-2012 16:17

This presentation examines the challenges, complexities, and lessons learned in creating a new federal courthouse as part of the GSA ’s Design Excellence Program. Using the new 400,000 square foot Federal Courthouse in Jackson, Mississippi as the case study, representatives from the project team will discuss how a myriad of issues are carefully balanced.

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