El Paso United States Federal Courthouse

El Paso, Texas

Project Overview

Cleveland Construction provided and installed the interior and exterior metal framing, exterior wall decking, exterior sheathing and gypsum drywall installations for the United States Federal Courthouse located in El Paso, Texas.

El Paso’s new courthouse, officially named the Albert Armendariz Sr. United States Courthouse, opened in July 2010. The courthouse is 9-stories tall and is more than 239,500 square feet. It features 11 courtrooms and a ceremonial courtroom on the top floor. The building also has a jury assembly room and offices for the U.S. district clerk and federal prosecutors.


  • Location
    El Paso, Texas
  • Owner
    GSA / Caddell Construction
  • Architect
    Antoine Predock Architects
  • Completion Date
    July 2010


Services Provided

  • Interior Trades (Self- Perform)
  • Exterior Trades (Self-Perform)
  • Safety Management
  • Quality Assurance/ Quality Control
  • LEED/ Sustainable

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