The 19th Judicial District Courthouse project, built for the State of Louisiana 19th Judicial District Court, included the new construction of a 350,000-square foot municipal judicial complex located in Baton Rouge, LA. The facility houses 27 civil and family courtrooms, judge's chambers, administrative staff and clerk of court offices, jury room, drug lab, and detention and holding cells. The 11-story municipal judicial complex was constructed with a structural steel frame and concrete slab on metal deck floors. The project also featured an exterior glass curtain wall, architectural precast concrete, and metal frame windows. Due to CORE's effective implementation of architectural design by Post Architects, the 19th Judicial District Courthouse project created a secure environment for the circulation of judicial officers, citizens, and detainees in the building by enabling the dignified administration of justice in the Parish of East Baton Rouge.
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