Montgomery Sisam, in partnership with local firm Goguen Architecture, are awarded the new Fredericton Courthouse in New Brunswick.

Montgomery Sisam, together with Goguen Architecture, is delighted to announce our team was selected by the Province of New Brunswick to complete the exceptionally complex Centennial Building Redevelopment.

The Centennial Building, erected in 1967, is a landmark in downtown Fredericton and was designed to hold all government offices that existed at that time. These offices have since been moved and the building, reaching the end of useable life, was vacated earlier this year by its last remaining tenant.

The $58 million redevelopment project includes renovations to the existing building along with the addition of a new courthouse facility. The new, five-storey Fredericton Courthouse will house provincial court rooms, the Court of Queen’s Bench and the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, all of which are currently located in the aging Justice Building.

The project is slated for completion in 2021.