Client: Jackson County Board of County Commissioners
Location :Marianna, FL
Budget :$2,594,617
Architect :Paul A. Donofro & Associates, Architects
Completion :January 2020

Jackson County Courthouse Renovations

The Jackson County Courthouse renovation project will be divided up into two phases for the alteration, refurbishment and upgrades to the existing interior building.

These alterations will include new carpeting, pew upholstery, paint, and millwork refurbishment in the courtrooms; security reinforcements for the holding cells; camera security system upgrades; air duct cleaning for the entire building; new carpet and paint for the 2nd floor offices; removal of paneling and refurbishment of hallway walls; renovation of the terrazzo hallway floors on the 2nd floor; and a new fire suppression system.

From its start date, this project will be fast-tracked and Ajax, being quite familiar with occupied site construction, will keep disruption of day to day operations to a minimum. Ajax completed exterior renovations to the courthouse back in 2012 so there is an intimate understanding going into the project of its daily operations.

CURRENT STATUS (as of 10/4/19)

Jury chairs have been re-upholstered and delivered to the court house. Tile is being installed in the 1st floor restrooms while 2nd floor restrooms have been retiled/grouted, and the plumbing fixtures have been placed in, but not connected. Restroom tile to be cleaned up once the toilet partitions are installed. The remaining bathroom walls not getting tile will be painted to match the 1st floor.  The modified holding cell doors have been installed. Holding cells to be painted to match the courtroom. The meter flow test performed on the water line showed satisfactory results.