MBP provided owner’s representative services including constructibility review at the 95% stage, procurement phase services including AIA contract document review and Division 1 coordination, construction management services, CPM schedule review, commissioning, and building envelope commissioning services. The project is a 115,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art courthouse that combines the General District Court, Circuit Court, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, and the Commonwealth’s Attorney offices into one building on the county campus. There are two floors above ground and a basement level with six courtrooms, associated judges’ chambers, office and support spaces, and prisoner holding cells. There is shell space for two additional courtrooms in the future. The site includes a storm water management basin, parking for employees and the public, separate enclosed parking for the judges, and a sally port for transferring detainees.

“In the planning stages of hiring a construction manager for the new Hanover County Courthouse, I underestimated the true value of hiring a firm with the diversity of professional trade expertise available for reach back support. MBP’s on-site representative is a professional with a keen ability to leverage their MBP colleagues with real life experience levels and perspectives to proactively address a multitude of issues. This “one team” approach has given Hanover County extremely valuable representation on this highly visible project.”
John A. Budesky
Former Deputy County Administrator
Hanover County