The historic Lamoille County Courthouse was built in the early 1900’s and is the centerpiece of the village of Hyde Park. By 2012, the building was outdated and could no longer meet the needs of the State of Vermont.

SAS Architects was hired to expand and renovate the Courthouse and improve accessibility. After study, we recommended two additions that were harmonious with the character and scale of the historic building. The additions greatly expand the Courthouse program and contain a second courtroom, administrative space, a detention facility with sallyport, judges’ suite, and facilities for jury deliberation.

Project Details

Location: Hyde Park, Vermont

Date Completed: 2016

Square Footage: 15,000 sf Renovated, 11,000 sf Addition


Richard M. Doherty, P.E.  Structural Engineer

Krebs & Lansing  Civil Engineer

LN Consulting  MEP Engineer

Historic, Institutional
Photography, Print, State of Vermont, Visual