Draft Report Details Benton County Court Building Costs

Posted: December 31, 2013 at 5 a.m.

With a draft report in hand showing costs of $49.6 million to $53.6 million, Benton County officials are moving forward with work aimed at making room for the county’s circuit courts.

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Assessment, Master Plan

Benton County officials contracted Hight-Jackson Associates, a Northwest Arkansas-based architectural firm, in conjunction with the National Center for State Courts, to prepare a long-term assessment and master plan for the new Benton County Circuit Courthouse. The plan addresses the current and long-term facility requirements and space needs of the courts. The feasibility study is a needs assessment plan designed to help the courts prepare for future facility needs, and address relevant issues, particularly, population growth, increasing caseloads and future facility efforts.

Source: Benton County Court Feasibility Study

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