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Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse

The Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse in Denver is raised to new heights by Beaubois products

Furnishings and architectural elements in high figured maple are the Beaubois finishing touches found in:

  • 15 courtrooms (10 District Courts, 4 Magistrates Courts and 1 Special Proceedings Court);
  • judges' offices and library;
  • court clerks' offices;
  • offices of the U.S. Marshall Service;
  • and many other areas including the witness holding rooms, work rooms, jury deliberating rooms.

The Courthouse's pièce de résistance is a magnificent two-storey rotunda. It is completely overlaid with curved panels set on an angle and giving the rotunda a slightly conical shape. In maple, these panels blend glass, stainless steel and natural stone.

An important characteristic of this building is that all the rooms have raised floors. This imposes weight restrictions so the materials and furnishings had to be handled with particular care.

With an area of 24,155 square metres, this project required an investment of US$47.2.

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521 6th Avenue
Saint-Georges (Québec, Canada)
G5Y 0H1

Date d'impression : Saturday 18 August 2018
Phone : 418 228-5104
Fax : 418 228-3524
Toll free : 1 800 463-2237
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