Posted on September 06, 2010
Renovations to the Courthouse include the design of courthouse security and new central holding area on the first floor. Court holding cells were modified or created at each of the new courts on the second, third and fourth floor of the facility. A security elevator and connection corridor in the basement was designed to accommodate the sheriff's departments need to move the inmates throughout the courthouse without contact with the general public.
Posted on January 01, 2010
Patterson Architects designed the facility to house the Drive-In Environmental Research Chamber, the largest of its kind in the country. The facility consists of a temperature- and humidity-controlled, 75-by-22-by-22-foot chamber housed in a building that also contains a conference room, offices, control room and vehicle preparation area. It's large enough that an 18-wheeler with trailer or a bus can easily drive into the facility.
Renovations to a shell space on the third floor for the Psychology Department. The new spaces included surgical suites, test areas, laboratories for n...