The capital planning part of the Facilities Management and Capital Planning Department of the Trial Court is committed to providing access to justice through the capital improvement of life safety, security, and structural integrity of court facilities that are owned by the state or the political subdivisions of the state.
The Trial Court has been able to invest in the capital improvement of several courthouses in recent years. Six cutting-edge regional justice centers have opened in the past decade, totaling over 1 million square feet of new courthouse space. Several leases and outdated facilities have been replaced through consolidation into these modern courthouses.
Several improvement projects are currently underway. A new energy-efficient Lowell Judicial Center, which will replace 2 aging facilities and a private lease, is under construction in the Hamilton Canal District. Assorted courthouse repairs and renovations are in progress across the state.
We hope you find the information on this website useful. Resources in the related links section of this page include current information on active court construction projects, statistics on recently completed courthouses, and updates on capital planning and funding. If you have questions or need more information, please contact us.
Contact for Trial Court Capital Planning
|Last updated:||August 9, 2019|