Courtroom Projects and Installations

This Kent style courtroom, installed at Little Rock AFB in 2011, was designed by Cyntergy AEC, and installed by local GC
In 2009 ARD collaborated with courtroom designers from the Centelr for Legal and Court Technology in the renovation of their courtroom. The result is the most high tech courtroom on the planet
Federal Magistrate Court, Upstate NY
The District Court for the Southern District of New York needed furniture for a satellite magistrate court in a leased building. They selected ARD modular furniture over millwork since they knew they would have to relocate when the lease expired.

Fort Belvoir VA JAG Courtroom

ARD built custom courtroom furniture for a JAG courtroom in a renovated building at Fort Belvoir. It was designed by MORGAN GICK McBEATH & ASSOCIATES of Falls Church VA. Here is link to video produced by ARD for this project:
Perth Amboy NJ Dual municipal courtrooms were required by the city of Perth Amboy NJ. Designed by Michael Zemsky Architects, these installations included sketch face paneling on all walls.
Social Security Administration Martin Gruen, the preeminent courtroom designer in the US, was contacted by SSA to design hearing room furniture for the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review, and selected ARD to make the prototypes. ARD also prepared the drawings that were used in the bid documents
ARD built and installed a courtroom designed by the Army Corps of Engineers at Fort Lee VA. This courtroom will be used by the JAG to train its legal personnel
This JAG courtroom at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland was designed by the base architect Jim Novotny, and was installed by ARD in 2013 in a renovated building on the base.
ARD contributed to the renovation of two hearing rooms in the Connecticut Public Utility Regulatory Authority. This project included judge's benches, witness and attorney tables, paneling, casing and wainscoting, all in ARD Kent style
The University of North Carolina Law School in Chapel Hill NC needed to renovate their mock courtroom, to make it rigorously ADA compliant, as well as equipped to deal with modern technological advances that have become standard in courtrooms.

Working through a local dealer and Dewberry Architects, ARD built and installed a courtroom for a district court in Danville in 2014

The style is Somerset, characterized by fluted columns and applied picture frame moldings.

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 2 days by ARD in September 201
Our modular courtroom furniture is often used by high school and universities for mock trials. These units were purchased by Birdville Texas for use in their High School. All our courtroom modules can be equipped with casters, so they can be pushed out of the way when the room is being used for other purposes.