Chapter 2: Courthouse Programming
Table 2.2 (continued)
JUDICIARY-RELATED EXECUTIVE BRANCH
GSA BUDGET COST
JUDICIARY BUDGET COST
AGENCY BUDGET COST
Movable Furniture and
Attorney and litigant tables
All movable furniture and equipment
Same as Judiciary
including furniture for judicial and jury
dining. Costs should not be included
in the project budget and are budgeted
separately by the Judiciary.
The building signage system will
Signage (including court seals) within
Signage within internal Executive Branch
be provided by GSA except
internal Judiciary-occupied spaces
Judiciary-related agency spaces
within internal spaces.
GSA administers a federal art-
in-architecture program, which
commissions specific work on a
building-by-building basis. GSA
and the Judiciary should be
consulted concerning funding
from this program.
Plantings are not included in the
Plantings should not be included
Plantings should not be included without first
without first consulting with GSA and
consulting with GSA and the Executive Branch
Conduit, closets, and raceways
The U.S. Marshals Service pays for interior
for security systems. Provide
security surveillance and monitoring systems,
appropriate electrical power.
including CCTV cameras and monitors, duress
alarm devices, annunciators, and motion
detection equipment; electronic security
hardware, remote control devices, and
for each of these security components and
At the building perimeter, egress
Control and monitoring equipment within the
controls such as direct or
building are paid by the U.S. Marshals Service.
remote monitoring, strike
releases, card-readers, PIN key
pads, or keys and controlling
mechanisms; all control and
monitoring equipment such as
card readers, exterior CCTV,
exterior lighting, and intrusion
Security door hardware (manual
The U.S. Marshals Service pays for the
and electronic), raceways,
installation of control wiring to interior electronic
conduits, power wiring, and
locks and strikes.
connections to fire alarm
systems for electric locks and
Bullet- and break-resistant
Unique requirements such as upper floor exterior
glazing and physical barriers.
bullet-resistant glazing is paid for by the U.S.
Standard, emergency, back-up,
The uninterrupted power supply required for the
clean and pre-defined electrical
internal security systems is the responsibility of
power needs, including battery
the U.S. Marshals Service.
Physical treatments (gasketing,
etc.) to achieve acoustical