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Design Team: partner in charge, William Browning; project design, William Browning; project manager, David A. McKay; structural consultants, E.W. Allen and Associates
Building Description: A booklet containing the works of Scott, Louie and Browning Architects & Engineers describes the work as follows, “Built for Salt Lake City Corporation, this building completes the development of the Metropolitan Hall of Justice complex. The five story structure houses twelve judges, eight jury courtrooms, detention facilities and court support services including traffic, civil, and criminal division offices. Four additional courtrooms have been included for future use. An adjoining three level parking structure was included in the project.
Due to scheduling stipulations in the Federal Economic Development Act funding the project was divided into three phases. Each phase was bid separately and completed according to schedule and within budget guidelines.”1
1. “Fifth Judicial Circuit Courts” form from “Marketing Files,” from the Scott, Louie, and Browning Architects Records, circa 1940s-1990s, accn 1564, box 3, folder 3, pgs. 1-2. From the Special Collections and Archives Department at the University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.Ibid.