EMCOR Group, Inc., recently announced that its Dynalectric Los Angeles subsidiary has been awarded a contract for the design/assist and retrofit of the electrical systems for the Los Angeles Hall of Justice in Los Angeles, California.
Dynalectric will be responsible for the installation of all electrical and low voltage systems in the retrofit of an existing 12-story structure, originally built in 1922 as a jail, which will now become the new Los Angeles Hall of Justice. Additionally, Dynalectric will be responsible for the installation of all electrical and low voltage systems in a neighboring new 10-story parking garage. Scope of work will include maintaining and/or restoring historical elements, including light fixtures, stairs, floors, courtrooms, and a jail cell.
"We’re pleased to be working with Los Angeles County on this important, high-profile project to rehab a key facility," stated Johnny Menninga, President, Dynalectric Los Angeles. "The experience and expertise required for this project dovetails with our skills and experience; it also allows Dynalectric to serve the needs of the people of Los Angeles in a meaningful and enduring manner."