Construction kicks off on Duvall Decker’s new U.S. Courthouse in Greenville, Mississippi

A new federal courthouse broke ground today in Greenville, a small port city nestled along the shore of an oxbow lake in west-central Mississippi—a region where the circuitous course of North America’s second-longest river makes for a particularly dizzying study in state lines.

It’s the cultural and geologic landscape of the Mississippi Delta—complex and oft-calamitous—that serves as the immediate backdrop for the new $45.3 million Greenville U.S. Courthouse, which is set to rise near the municipal levee at the edge of the city’s historic downtown core on the 200 block of Washington Avenue—the same site where the original location of now-defunct discount department store

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