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Holladay City Hall & Justice Center

Holladay City Hall & Courts - Holladay, UT 1

Client Name

Holladay City

Location

Holladay, Utah

Completion Date

2006

Size

32,000 sf

The newly incorporated Holladay City needed a city center to accommodate its municipal services and meet its functional requirements. To maintain a historical piece of the City, the former Holladay Elementary School was selected to become the new municipal center.

Galloway worked with elected officials, city staff, and citizens through programming and design workshops to create a final design that meets the City’s functional requirements, reinforces the community gathering place and city center, and is budget-sensitive.

This award-winning facility is more than just a building. It’s a hub that centralizes many critical municipal services, creating a vibrant urban core and a defined gathering area. The design is functional and aesthetically pleasing, enhancing the City’s landscape.

The facility serves the following functions: city administration, city hall, police department, justice courts, emergency services, large community assembly spaces, and exhibit and display areas.

Galloway provided architectural and interior design services for the renovation of the new Holladay Municipal Center.

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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