Monroe County Hall of Justice Improvements
What was the Challenge?
The fifth floor of the Monroe County Hall of Justice building housed a 5,000 square foot law library that was not being fully utilized. In order to meet the growing needs of the 7th Judicial District of the New York State Unified Courts System, the County decided to reconfigure the area. The challenge was to provide accurate room for circulation and handicapped accessibility while meeting the growing needs of the court system while managing the limited building area.
How did Barton & Loguidice provide a solution?
B&L was able to make improvements to the Hall of Justice that included new courtroom space, meeting rooms, and reconfiguring of the existing law library.
Why was the project a success?
Barton & Loguidice was able to help by adding sound system, video capability, and electronic security and information technology systems to each of the new court rooms for current and future needs in order to meet the Unified Court System requirements. The HVAC system was extended to include five new zones, utilizing the existing variable volume air system and hot water heating coils. The plumbing design included a new ADA accessible toilet room for the Court’s use. The electrical design incorporated energy efficient interior LED lighting, power distribution, security and data/communication system.
Project At a Glance
- Architecture & Interior Design
- Mechanical Engineering
December 28, 2021
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