Fresno County, B.F. Sisk Courthouse Renovation

Fresno County, B.F. Sisk Courthouse Renovation Courthouse


Completion Date: 4th Qtr 2010
Occupancy Date: November 20, 2010
Gross Square Footage: 191,886
Total Courtrooms: 15
Authorized Project Budget: $63,563,520
Architectural/Engineering Firm: SmithGroup
Contractor: Turner Construction Company
Fund: Senate Bill 1732
Initial Funding Year: FY 2006–2007

Awards and Recognition

Western Council of Construction Consumers - Notable Award 2011

Fresno County, B.F. Sisk Courthouse Renovation

The Superior Court of California, County of Fresno has multiple facilities serving the downtown area. The B. F. Sisk Courthouse, constructed in 1967 as a federal building and courthouse, was vacated by the federal government after the Robert E. Coyle United States Courthouse was dedicated in October 2005. Under Public Law 108-221, 108th Congress, the federal government conveyed title to the B. F. Sisk Courthouse to the State for use by the Superior Court for $1 with the stipulation that the building be used for the administration of justice. The Sisk building has been completely renovated with capacity for up to 16 courtrooms and support space for civil and family courts.

Construction began in July 2008 and was completed on budget in November 2010.

Contact Info

Judicial Council of California
Facilities Services

455 Golden Gate Avenue
8th Floor
San Francisco, California
94102-3688
E-mail
Facilities@jud.ca.gov

 
For Courts to Report Facilities Issues
Customer Service Center:
888-225-3583 or csc@jud.ca.gov