Funded by Senate Bill 1407
Initial Funding Year: FY 2009-2010
In anticipation of additional cost-cutting measures, all facts are subject to change. More information
Square footage: 59,863
Current authorized budget: $72,313,000
Estimated construction costs per square foot are being updated
Current status: Architectural design; preliminary plans
Current expected completion: 2 Q 2016
The main courthouse is the historic Tehama Courthouse, which was constructed in 1920. This courthouse has one courtroom for civil and family cases, court administration offices, and jury services. The historic Tehama Courthouse is also occupied by several county agencies. This facility has significant security problems, severe accessibility deficiencies, is very overcrowded, and has many physical problems, making court services unsafe and inefficient.
This project will provide for a new five-courtroom building replacing all court facilities in Tehama County except the courtroom at the Juvenile Justice Center. It would consolidate the four courtrooms in Red Bluff and the one in Corning.
In late 2011, the State Public Works Board approved a site for the new courthouse, approximately 4.4 acres between Walnut Street and Hook Road, in a 26-acre parcel owned by Tehama County, with the state acquiring the property from the county for $1.2 million plus relocation costs. Buildings on the property will be demolished at the start of construction.
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Compliance
The AOC has complied with CEQA by filing a categorical exemption for this project's site on February 3, 2011.
Construction Manager at Risk
Rudolph and Sletten
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