When the Las Vegas Justice Center is complete in February 2002, it will comprise 710,000 square feet of space. The main structural elements of the concrete-frame building include an 18-story high-rise tower, a 5-story low-rise building, and an independent elevator tower with footbridges connecting to the high-rise building at each floor. One of the most unique features of the building, however, is a 350-foot-long, 60-foot-high concrete wall that starts outside the building at one property line, passes through the center of the building--forming the backdrop for a public atrium, and then goes outside again to the opposite property line. Called the "Universal Justice Wall," it will be faced with native sandstone to reflect the local environment. Laser-cut into the stone will be phrases representing the concept of justice throughout history.