I don't think "traditional" buildings should be made in the first place, but if you're going to, it's more than just opening up the ye olde catalogue and slapping some building products together.
What are those chunky rectangles between the 2nd and 3rd floors?
What's with that horrible arched window just sticking in the middle of the pediment? Why would you put a window there and why would you put such a horrible flat window there? It looks like a vinyl decal.
I can't tell if the seams on the bricks are expansion joints or if the facade is just a bunch of prefab wall sections (and this makes me wonder if those rectangle things fill up holes meant for air vents). Either way it looks horrible now, and the building is still new.
Then there's the interior typography. It looks like helvetica which is a great font but it looks like they went to home depot to buy those letters.
Hinesville, Georgia City Hall - Completed 2011
This one is a weird mishmash of vague traditionalness, but at least they tried to do something nice with the brickwork.
But then for the main entrance there are those absolutely horrible horrible windows. You can tell by the rest of the building that they had a budget, so I think those windows are unforgivable.