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- Superior Court of San Joaquin County
Funded by Senate Bill 1407
Initial Funding Year: FY 2010-2011
Courtrooms: 1 to be added, for a total of 3
Square footage: addition of 3,945
Current authorized budget: $3,904,000
Estimated construction costs per square foot are being updated
Current status: Architectural design: working drawings
Current expected completion: 2 Q 2014
Project Feasibility Report
The Superior Court of San Joaquin County provides countywide juvenile court services from the Juvenile Justice Center in French Camp, approximately six miles south of Stockton. The current two-courtroom facility is part of a campus occupied by various county functions, including the juvenile detention center, probation, district attorney, and public defender. The current facility has several deficiencies related to security, efficiency, and accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This project involves renovating the existing facility and building a 4,000-square-foot addition to:
The AOC expects to complete interior improvements in off hours as needed to minimize disruption to court operations.
Anova Architects, Inc.
To be selected; bidding currently scheduled for early 2012
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