State of Oregon - Assessment of State Court Facilities
Hennebery Eddy Architects assessed forty eight (48) Oregon Judicial Department courts located throughout the State of Oregon including the State Supreme Court in Salem, Oregon; of the 48 courthouses 20 are historically significant buildings. The Assessments give a big picture overview of the condition of each facility and how well they meet the OJD Guidelines with regards to configuration, space allocation, security, code compliance, physical condition, MEP Systems, Structural, and Costs.
The Assessment is being used as a tool by the State Legislature’s Interim Committee on Court Facilities to help determine standards for reasonable and sufficient court facilities and the cost of meeting those standards. Subsequent to completing the Assessment, HEA assisted in facilitating the planning for an initial round of approximately $11 million worth of improvements for 12 of the 48 court facilities.
The initial assessment of over 2.5 million square feet was completed in a short 33 weeks. The 48 individual Assessments, a Summary Report, and custom database (containing over 133,000 data points) were presented to DAS in September 2008. The project won praise for meeting the stated objective and being delivered on time and under budget. Based on the success of the Courts Assessment, HEA was hired to provide logistic planning services for the Assessment of Oregon’s 1,226 K-12 schools as required by the State Legislature’s House Bill 2013.
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