District of Columbia Justice Department – Old DC Courthouse & Parking Garage Renovation

The scope of this project includes audiovisual systems, telecommunications cabling (voice, data & RF video) systems, and acoustics, noise & vibration control analysis for the renovation of the Old District of Columbia Courthouse, a National Historic Landmark. This multi-phased project includes 135,000 square feet of renovation and 35,000 square feet of new construction. The types of spaces to receive audiovisual systems include: a Ceremonial Courtroom, four Appellate Courtrooms, and a Robing Room. Project responsibilities include complete programming for the audiovisual systems which included outlining three levels of technology that could be applied to each room scheduled to receive audiovisual systems based on the available budget. Types of technology systems planned for the Courthouse include: audiovisual presentation, speech reinforcement, digital audio/video recording, language interpretation systems, videoconferencing, media streaming to the web, IR assisted listening systems, and digital signage. Project highlights included design team workshops and benchmarking tours in order to gain knowledge of courthouse technology systems in use across the country. This project has been successfully complete since 2009.

Architect: Beyer Blinder Belle Architects

Location: Washington, D.C.

Construction Cost: $49 Million
Gross Square Footage: 135,000 square feet


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