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US Courthouse architect selected

The General Services Administration has selected the team of Lake/Flato, Kell Muñoz and Ellerbe Becket to design a new federal courthouse in downtown San Antonio, Texas. They were one of 80 teams vying for the project. Lake|Flato will serve as the project designer. Kell Muñoz will serve as the architect of record and Ellerbe Becket will provide project management and courts design services. The new federal courthouse will cost between $125 million and $150 million to develop and it will replace the John H. Wood Courthouse in HemisFair Park.

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