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Judicial Council of California
191,886 sq. ft., 4-Stories
Virtual Design & Construction
The B. F. Sisk Courthouse, originally constructed in 1967 as a federal building and courthouse, was vacated by the federal government. Under Public Law 108-221, the federal government conveyed title to the State for $1 with the stipulation that the building be used for the administration of justice. The Sisk building has been completely renovated with a capacity for up to 16 courtrooms and support space for civil and family courts. Security, life safety and voice/data systems were completely re-designed using newer digital equipment in place of the existing systems.