Construction has finished on a new 2 story office building for the Law office of Stacy Scott Public Defender. It was built next to the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center on 2nd Avenue. A ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Friday 1/27/17 at 10:00am.
Speakers at the event included County Commission Chairman Ken Cornell, County Manager Dr. Lee A. Niblock, Public Defender Stacy A. Scott, Eighth Judicial Circuit Judge Honorable Robert E. Roundtree and County Facilities Director Charlie R. Jackson.
The project budget was $5,289,682 and included the following features:
• 21,733 square feet
• CMU construction clad with brick and stucco
• Energy efficient HVAC system
• High efficiency lighting
• Low flow plumbing fixtures
• High efficiency air cooled chillers
• Low E glass
• Building automation system
• Modified bituminous membrane over concrete deck Roof
• Two-stop hydraulic passenger elevators
• Carpeted and ceramic tile flooring
Public Defender Stacy Scott said, “Moving into this modern facility allows us to better serve the public. My staff and I are thrilled to see the project successfully completed.”