Justice

Courthouses have historically been a key component of urban centers often occupying a prominent location in the town square. Today, justice centers continue to be an integral part of American cities while undergoing a transformation. The changing economic and environmental landscape is altering how courthouses are built. In addition to the traditional life-safety and health concerns common to all buildings, courthouse construction must address aesthetics, security, regulations, barrier-free access, mechanical/electrical systems, automation, acoustics, interior finishes, and sustainability. Today more than ever you need a contractor that understands the complexities in building such an important part of your city’s center.

San Bernardino Courthouse

The San Bernardino Courthouse will occupy 370,000 square feet on a seven-acre site and will consolidate services from seven facilities.…

San Diego Downtown Courthouse

The 704,000-square-foot San Diego Central Courthouse will be the largest project funded through Senate Bill 1407, which finances new and…