Groundbreaking ceremony held for new federal courthouse in Greenville

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GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Greenville broke ground on a new $105 million federal courthouse on Friday that will be built right in the middle of downtown.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, Rep. William Timmons and other local elected officials were there to show their support for the project, which should be completed by 2021.

The new courthouse is going up right at the corner of East North and Spring streets.

The courthouse is named after late South Carolina Gov. Carroll Campbell, who is credited for bringing BMW to the Upstate.

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