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Arlington’s ‘courtroom of future’ set for approval

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The “courtroom of the future” will come at a cost.

Arlington County Board members on July 16 are slated to approve a contract worth up to $890,415 for renovation to Courtroom 10B of the Arlington County Justice Center, designed to serve as a prototype for future courtroom-renovation projects in the county.

The project will include new technological equipment, new flooring to support equipment flexibility, an improved layout for judges and clerks, new sound systems and ADA-compliance upgrades.

It will be the first major upgrade to a courtroom since the building opened in 1994.

Seven firms bid on the project; Sorenson Gross Co. was selected as the awardee after two bids that came in at a lower cost were deemed by county staff as not meeting the requirements set forward.

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