The Judicial Center Annex is a handsome large-scale compatible addition to the 1981 Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse. Peerless Rockville awards AECOM Design of Arlington, Virginia, architects, and the Montgomery County Department of General Services, Office of Special Projects for designing this project. The six-story annex features 14 new courtrooms, office and administrative spaces, support spaces for Family Services, among other amenities. The project includes additional renovation to the 1981 Circuit Court facility and several new landscaped gardens and plaza areas along Maryland Avenue and Jefferson Street. The South Tower Annex was designed to serve as a community landmark and a symbol of the American justice system. It earned a Gold LEED certification through energy efficient and sustainable features.
Peerless Rockville Historic Preservation, Ltd.is an award-winning nonprofit, community-based organization founded in 1974 to preserve buildings, objects, and information important to Rockville’s heritage. Peerless Rockville advances its goals through education, example, advocacy, and community involvement.
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