For many years, the Montgomery Advertiser called the building on the corner of Lawrence and Washington home. In 2002 though, Montgomery County purchased the space, initially planning to tear it down; rather than erase this part of Montgomery’s history, the County opted to renovate the 1930s era building. Today's facade is reminiscent of the building's 1930s roots while maintaining an overall contemporary impression.
With 85,000 SF, the space now houses much of the Montgomery County administration staff including the offices of the Montgomery County Commission, Probate Judge, Revenue, Purchasing and Finance Departments and the County’s archives. Renovations also included a 3-level public parking deck and a three level nine sectioned 3-ply modified bitumen roof membrane system re-roof.
City of Millbrook Municipal Courts / Police Station
This $4M facility houses the police department and municipal courts for the city of Millbrook, Alabama. The police department facilitates complete operations with spaces including dispatch, training, roll call, and office support. In addition, holding cells are included for detaining while awaiting court date and transfer to the county facility.
The courts spaces include programmed areas for municipal courts and administrative operations while maintaining flexibility for city council functions as needed.