Warren E. Burger Federal Building U.S. Courthouse
Ryan is providing cost estimating and construction services
The Warren E. Burger Federal Building U.S. Courthouse, was built in 1966. It is a seven-story combination office building and federal courthouse. This project will reorganize the building to function solely as a courthouse; meeting the federal judiciary's long-term space needs. Ryan is working closely with architects Teng and Associates and the US General Services Administration's (GSA) Property Division on this renovation by providing cost estimating and construction services.
Over the years, the building has suffered from a number of structural damages, many reaching a critical level. The renovation will address these safety concerns, and allow the building to accommodate the needs of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The project will focus on modernization and making much-needed security upgrades to enhance the safety of court employees and the general public. It will also be LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified.