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Groundbreaking Ceremony was held on Monday, September 28th to officially start the construction of the new Russell County Judicial Center, in Jamestown, KY.   Approximately 80 people, including city, county, and state officials were present to celebrate the beginning of construction.

The new Judicial Center will be approximately 44,500 square feet.  It will be equipped with the modern infrastructure to support data, computer, video and networking technology.  The facility will also provide the highest level of security through a single point entry with magnetometers and security personnel.   The project is estimated to be completed within a 15-18 month period.

Branscum-Pepper Construction is the Construction Manager and Brandstetter Carroll Architectural Firm of Lexington designed the new Judicial Center.  The Project Manager for this job is Sandra Honaker and Larry McGowan is the Superintendent.

Russell County Judicial Groundbreaking

What Clients are Saying About Branscum

“I have had the pleasure of not only watching the Russell County Judicial Center being built but also being able to work closely with the very professional and caring staff of Branscum Construction Company. From start to finish we have received a high level of service.”

—Gary D. Robertson Russell Co. Judge Executive