At the end of the nineteenth century John J. Huddart was one of Denver’s leading architects, known for his work on public buildings and as a courthouse architect. His practice lasted from 1882 to 1930; commissions included the Carnegie Library in Monte Vista, Colorado, and numerous County Courthouses throughout Colorado, including those in Adams, Washington, Logan, Summit and Saguache counties. Huddart is also credited with designing the Lincoln County and Custer County Courthouses in Nebraska.

Buildings by John J. Huddart

Huddart Terrace

If you have not yet visited our offices in the heart of Denver, please take a look at some of the outstanding architectural elements designed by John J. Huddart.

Huddart’s other works include many state armories, banks, schools, and even fire stations. We are proud of our connection to this famous architect who is closely tied to the courthouses in Colorado and Nebraska.

 

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