Mobile Government Plaza is a high-rise in the U.S. city of Mobile, Alabama. The building is owned by Mobile County Commission and has several tenants including the City of Mobile and local courts Completed in 1994 at a cost of US$73 million, the building rises and 12 stories at its highest point. The roof of the building is the site of two twin architectural spires that are included in the tower's overall structural height. Government Plaza is tied with the Mobile Marriott as the 4th-tallest building in Mobile and the 10th-tallest in Alabama. It also stands as the tallest government building in the state.
Government Plaza was designed by Harry Goleman and Mario Bolullo of Houston, in cooperation with Mobile architect Frederick C. Woods. Their design was selected from among 195 entries in a national competition sponsored by the American Institute of Architects. The facility comprises a 12-story administration