This project in downtown Tucson involved a renovation of an existing 2,300 sq. ft. space for the City of Tucson City Courts into a Juror Selection Room.
Four new VAV Boxes with hot water coil for the heating and downstream supply air distribution system were included in the mechanical design. The boxes were connected to an existing air handling unit located in an adjacent mechanical room with a new medium pressure supply duct. The ceiling space is used as a return air plenum with an existing return duct stubbed into the space and ducted back to the existing air handling unit. The VAV Boxes were connected to the existing EMCS.
The electrical design included new power and data devices for the Juror Selection room that was coordinated with the furniture systems, and other user equipment in the space. In floor raceways were designed for connection to the Judge’s bench. LED 2x4 lighting was provided throughout the space and included downlights in an architectural soffit. All devices were connected to the existing local electrical room on the floor.
We provided site investigation, construction documents, bidding and negotiation, and construction administration services.