County Administration Building

Generated image of the outside of the new County Administration Building
Generated image of the inside of the new County Administration Building

Project Overview

This project includes the design and construction of a new County Administration office building to consolidate most county government departments and services into one central location. The project includes the demolition of the County Services Plaza building, to be replaced with a 103,000-square-foot, four-story building.

This building will consolidate all county employees from multiple locations, including the County Services Plaza, Courthouse Annex, Albright Building, 131 Main Street, 30 Duke Street and the Circuit Courthouse.

Financial Impact

As of the fiscal year 2022 Capital Improvement Plan, the total projected cost is approximately $35.7 million. The major source of funding is general obligation bonds.


The following time estimates are dependent upon weather and other factors, and may be subject to change.

Construction of new County Administration Building

  • Begin in September 2023
  • Completion expected May 2025

Move-in estimated for late spring 2025

Project Update

CAB 1CAB building from above

Sept. 30, 2021: Demolition Underway on County Services Plaza

Sept. 5, 2023:
The county administration parking lot located on Main Street in Prince Frederick will be closed, Sept. 5, due to construction in preparation for the new county administration building. A section of the parking lot is expected to reopen for parking on Sept. 6. The entrance and exit from Main Street to the District Court Building located at 200 Duke Street will be closed and will remain closed during construction. Traffic to the District Court Building will be redirected through Duke Street. Alternative parking is available in front of the District Court Building, along Main Street, at the Community Resources Building and behind the Calvert County Courthouse.