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The existing Justice Center, originally completed in 1999, currently consists of a five-story building interconnected with a three-story building, totaling 197,131 GSF. The purpose of the project is to meet the needs of the county in the coming years through efficient designs and construction, along with technology. Most typical justice center functions are currently housed on site including Circuit and County Courts, Court Administration, Clerk of Courts, State Attorney, Public Defender, Sheriff’s Civil Office and Court Security, and other support functions such as Jury Assembly, Law Library, and public waiting and vending areas.
The renovations/remodeling will be accomplished while keeping the Justice Center open and in operation. High levels of security will be maintained throughout the construction, with minimal disruption to existing court functions and activities. Due to court operations, some construction work is anticipated to occur at night and on weekends. The initial phase of construction will include the relocation of the County Records to an off-site location, enhanced security improvements, additional courtrooms and holding cells, and interior relocation, as well as remodeling the existing Justice Center Departments.
The design and construction will incorporate LEED “green” building concepts into the project where practicable. In addition, Building Information Modeling (BIM), 3D Modeling will be utilized throughout the project.
CURRENT STATUS (as of 11/25/19)
We are working in 4 different locations. The Front Entry has the store front windows and door frames installed, drywall framing is complete and drywall hanging and finishes is 95% completed. We are completing the Clerk of Court area installing carpet, LVT and final paint. State Attorney Office has all flooring & base installed, doors and hardware on, MEP trim completed and we are final painting and trim out. The Colonnade construction is rapidly moving forward with windows & glass in place, all hard ceilings are installed and painted., ceramic floor tile installed. Staff Entry partitions have been installed and ceramic flooring has began. We have installed AHU’s 7 (New Jury Room) & 10 (New and existing front entry and all existing elevator lobbies). Amendment 4 which is Task 7 and a new emergency back up generator to the project, adding $ 891,975.00 to overall project.