Hurst Justice Center
Location: Hurst, TX
Architect: Ron Hobbs Architects
General Contractor: AUI Contractors
Mechanical Engineer: DFW Consulting Group
Completion Date: June, 1 2016
4-story, 97,000-SF justice center
Building is conditioned with a 140-ton air-cooled chilled water system as well as 60-tons of DX roof top units
In the News
Work is now complete at the Hurst Justice Center, where police officers proudly showed off the building to the public during a grand opening ceremony last week.
The Police Department and Municipal Court moved in to the justice center over a year ago, but work was still underway to renovate the former police department building to add a new dispatch center, crime scene lab and a 40-bed jail with a larger sally port.
During the ceremony, Mayor Richard Ward asked for a moment of silence in honor of the five fallen police officers who were shot during a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas on July 7. Many in the crowd wore blue ribbons in support of the police officers.
The four-story, 97,000-square-foot justice center at 825 Thousand Oaks Drive features a parking garage and plenty of office space.
By: Elizabeth Cambell
SOURCE: Star Telegram