Johnson Carlier breaks ground on $27M Maricopa County project

Real Estate | 12 Oct |

Johnson Carlier, an Arizona-grown full-service solution building partner, broke ground on its latest project, the Southeast Justice Courts and Adult Probation for Maricopa Court. Located at 222 E. Javelina Dr. in Mesa, the 109,000 square-foot facility will triple the amount of space of the existing building and allow for additional operations, administrative support, and adult probation space.

“We are excited to partner with the County on this first-class facility and look forward to expanding our growing resume within the public sector. The project demonstrates a commitment to the judges, jurors, and public-serving communities and we are proud to be part of the team,” said Tom Harrison, Senior Vice President, Johnson Carlier.

The two-story, brick facade was designed by Gould Evans and includes a defensive tactics training area and four mirror-image courtrooms that accommodate clerks’ offices, judge’s quarters, hearing rooms, and conference rooms. The $27 million project has an anticipated completion date for early 2022.

Johnson Carlier currently has three other notable municipal projects underway including the Mohave County Law and Justice Courts, the Pinal County Office Complex, and the Yavapai County Parking Garage.

For more information on Johnson Carlier, visit www.johnsoncarlier.com/.

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