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The Challenges

Originally built in 1925 the Hall of Justice is a stately 14-story, 550,000 square-foot building that was once the nation’s first judicial facility housing the Sheriff’s Department, Coroner, District Attorney, Public Defender and Tax Collector. The 1994 Northridge Earthquake forced the closure of this magnificent structure after 69 years of operation. With a renovation budget of more than $234 million, the Hall of Justice is essential to the revitalization of the Civic Center district (which also includes the Music Center and the Disney Concert Hall) and will be occupied by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney.

BEST was selected to furnish and install hot fluid-applied rubberized waterproofing, metal composite panels, sheet metal flashing & trim, louvers and Sarnafil PVC roofing system (72 Mil fully-adhered and 60 Mil mechanically fastened) over a total of 390 squares of roof surface. It should be noted that careful craftsmanship was critical in the renovation of this historically important building.

Project Data

Building Use: City and County Public Services
Scope of Work: PVC Roofing, Waterproofing, Metal Composite, Sheet Metal Flashing & Louvers
Location: Los Angeles, CA
General Contractor: Clark Construction Group
Project Value: $746,248
Completion Date: September 2014