Project: Capital Judicial Center
Color: Dover #026
Finish: Smooth Shot Blast
Location: Augusta, Maine
Architect: PDT Architects
The Capital Judicial Center is a distinctly modern state building that conveys respect and dignity for the court and citizens alike, and offers spectacular views of the Kennebec River and downtown Augusta. It houses the Augusta District Court, Kennebec County Superior Court and family court, as well as administrative offices. The architecture was designed to echo the historic Kennebec County Courthouse building next door and maintains some of the same features, including a lantern atop the glassed stairway that reprises the bell tower on the county courthouse.
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