RUSSELL AND DAWSON’S ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FOR BROWARD COUNTY’S JUDICIAL COMPLEX ACHIEVED LEED GOLD CERTIFICATION.
The full renovation project of the Broward County Judicial Complex (BCJC) Midrise office building started in 2015 and was awarded LEED Gold certification on October 30, 2018. This four-story facility is spread in the area of 64,000 SQFT and serves as a critical support facility to courthouse tower and its associated services. This newly renovated complex now facilitates state attorney’s, public defender’s offices, Broward sheriff’s office, a wedding chapel, clerk of courts, offices for public records and child support Enforcement.
“It’s a matter of immense pride for us as the design Consultant for Broward County’s Judicial Complex to achieve the LEED Gold rating and received full score (5/5) for the innovation in the design category. We are dedicated to creating more and more green and sustainable designs. On this occasion, I would like to congratulate Construction Management Division of Broward County and all the companies involved in this project.” said Chirag Thaker, President of Singer Architects, Inc.
Singer Architects, Inc. (a Russell and Dawson company) collaboratively worked with following companies for this project:
• MEP Engineer: Delta G Consulting Engineers, Inc.
• LEED Consultant: Spinnaker Group
• Landscape Architecture: Architectural Alliance Landscape
• Structural Engineer: S&F Engineers, Inc.
• Civil Engineers: Flynn Engineering Services, P.A.
• Cost Estimating: CMS
• Contractor : James B. Pirtle Construction Company, Inc.
• COBIE Consultant – Applied Software (ASTI)
About Russell and Dawson
Russell and Dawson is a client-1st architectural design, engineering and construction services firm based out of Hartford, Connecticut. Since 1965, Russell and Dawson has created more than 100 million square feet of space with trust and creativity through the execution of more than 10,000 projects across various sectors.
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Complete LEED Scorecard can be found here or a link on USBGC website