Designed by Fentress Architects in partnership with Treanor HL, the seven-story building that houses the Johnson County Courthouse is a state-of-the-art facility with 28 courtrooms for civil, criminal, family, and other specific needs, as well as spaces for jury assembly and the district attorney.
Designed by Fentress Architects with HNTB, and Baker Barrios Architects, Orlando's International Airport new Terminal C represents the largest expansion in the airport’s history and sets a new standard in U.S. air travel with multiple industry firsts.
Originally built in 1977, the Royal Norwegian Embassy has been revitalized and extended by Curtis Fentress and his design team at Fentress Architects providing a sustainable, functional, and accessible 21st-century office environment for foreign diplomats and staff, imbued with the values of Handlekraft (vigor), Arbeidsglede (joy of work), Profesjonalitet (professionalism), and Åpenhet (openness).
Fentress Architects, together with HNTB Corporation and associate architects Baker Barrios, MLM Martin, Ramski & Co., and Rhodes & Brito, have designed the soon to open Orlando International Airport’s new South Terminal Complex as a destination for the airport’s 55 million expected annual visitors.
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