A Special Justice Center Edition
BUCKS COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER
February 18, 2010
Central Bucks West High School
375 W. Court Street, Doylestown
Parking Garage Update
Shewell Avenue view at right:
The lower floors were designed to
complement the existing Armory
At left, the view from
the new parking garage:
A combination of
facades— a stone base,
with brick and terra
cotta on upper floors.
Phase One of the Bucks County Justice Center,
the 1,200-space parking garage along Broad,
Doyle and Union Streets in Doylestown Borough
is moving forward at a rapid pace. All pre-cast
concrete and brick is in place. The large crane
has been removed. Work is beginning on the
interior such as elevators, electric, lighting and
painting. The large clock will be installed in the
tower at the corner of Broad and Doyle streets
this spring. Watch the ongoing construction at
www.buckscounty.org. The justice center hotline
continues to be available at 215-345-3949.
Questions? Concerns? Comments?
The Bucks County Commissioners invite local residents and
business owners to join them for an open forum to discuss
the new Bucks County Justice Center.
Multiple print and 3-D architectural renderings will be on
display. After a short presentation you can speak to the
Commissioners, meet the director of operations and have
your questions answered by the architects from the
design firm HOK.
Entrance at Main Street above:
The main entrance for all visitors to the new justice center
On Jan. 20, Bucks County unveiled the architectural design plans for its new justice center.
This was a long-awaited and much anticipated announcement. The new justice center with its
modern design elements, enhanced security details and green building elements, has been care-
fully designed to fit in with the historic and charming style that characterizes Doylestown Borough.
Working closely with Borough officials,