Adolfson & Peterson Construction Completes Potter County Courthouse Construction in Amarillo – REJournals

Adolfson & Peterson Construction has completed construction of the five-story, 158,250-square-foot Potter County District Courts building in Amarillo, Texas.

Designed by HOK Group Inc., the new courthouse includes courtrooms, a jury assembly, county offices, courtroom custody and records storage. Additional amenities include security enhancements, including separate sheriff’s access with a vehicle exit port for security and safety, as well as separate access for judges and other elected officials.

Construction for the Potter County District Courthouse began in March 2021. The new courthouse is located across the street from the former District Courthouse in downtown Amarillo.

The previous district courthouse was built in 1985, and the replacement building will help Potter County save on recently rising maintenance and repair costs. Addressing the aging building was a top priority in the county’s 2018 Strategic Plan.

AP has a long history of providing construction management services to Texas municipalities and government entities. Current and past projects include the North Dallas Government Center for the City of Dallas, the Marq for the City of Southlake, several facilities for the City of Little Elm, the Rockwall County Jail and the Garland Audubon Recreation Center. Nationally, AP has completed more than 2.2 million square meters of construction work for municipalities and government entities since 2016.