Fort Meade
An existing JAG courtroom at Fort Meade had to be renovated.
The jury box was to be enlarged and the existing rail was to be replaced
by a sturdier rail with 2 sets of gates. The work was delivered and installed
in two days by ARD in September 2011.

Prior to quoting ARD provided several Sketchup renderings
to give the enduser an idea of how the completed units would look in the space.

The jury box had to be cut on site to go over the platform .
The cap and applied moldings and fluted columns match closely to the existing desks

The divider was placed over steel stanchions that were bolted to the floor.
The gates are equipped with Bommer cylinder hinges that will provide years of trouble free usage.

A side view of the rail and gates.