City Officials To Break Ground On New Municipal Courthouse

$56.3 Million Project Scheduled To Be Completed By January 2021

Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, Councilman Bob Coffin, Municipal Court Chief Judge Cynthia Leung, Molasky Group President and Chief Operating Officer Rich Worthington and other officials will officially break ground on a new Municipal Courthouse in downtown Las Vegas at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 25.

The new $56.3 million building will be located at 100 E. Clark Ave. and is being developed by the Molasky Group of Companies. Joining the Molasky Group on the project are Martin Harris Construction as general contractor, PGAL as lead architect, Walter P. Moore as structural engineer, MSA Engineering and GCW Engineering.

When complete in January 2021 the new four-story facility will house the city’s Municipal Court functions including traffic court, court administration and courtrooms for the six Municipal Court judges. It will also house the Municipal Court Administration and portions of the City Attorney’s Office.



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