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Highland Municipal Complex

Highland City Hall, Justice Center & Library - Construction

Client Name

Highland City

Location

Highland, Utah

Completion Date

2008

Size

City Hall & Library - 18,000 sf | Justice Center - 16,500 sf

With the rapid growth of Highland City, the city assembled plans to centralize city services and create a city center as a vibrant community gathering place.

The municipal complex consists of two buildings with a backdrop of the Wasatch mountains. The city hall consists of a 18,500 sf building, with one entire wing devoted to an interim library, and a 16,500 sf justice center with police and courts. The plaza between the two facilities has ample parking stalls and was designed to give a civic campus feel to the municipal center.

The facilities consist of the following functions: city hall, police, justice courts, emergency services, community assembly spaces, exhibit and display areas, and library.

Galloway provided programming, architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture services to construct the new municipal complex.

Contact

Jim Child

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Principal
Regional Architectural Team Manager

801.533.2100 Contact

Scott Holmes

AAIA
Sr. Associate
Sr. Architectural Project Manager

801.533.2100 Contact

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