“Na Míčankách” JUDICIAL COMPLEX

Customer
Prague Municipal Court
Architect
OBERMEYER HELIKA a. s.
Main building designer
OBERMEYER HELIKA a.s.
Construction period
January 2001 – August 2001
Activities undertaken

preliminary project preparation, project development activities, engineering activities, site management

Construction cost
CZK 2 billion

The work of the Helika’s architects and designers on the project for reconstruction and completion of the Judicial Complex in Prague 10 – Vršovice was started on the basis of a decision of the Czech Ministry of Justice to address the difficult situation in the Prague justice administration in a radical way, i.e. by constructing a large complex of sufficient capacity to accommodate about half of the district courts and prosecutors’ offices in Prague. Apart from the reconstruction of existing historic buildings, the project also included the construction of a new building in the courtyard of the former barracks, providing the district courts and prosecutors’ offices with a modern judicial complex reflecting their requirements for the effective and unobstructed administration of justice. The reconstructed historic buildings are connected to the new central structure creating a complex providing space for nearly one hundred court rooms, a central auction room, congress hall, press room and other judicial administration rooms and offices. After its opening, the development will become an example of new modern judicial complex in the Czech Republic incorporating the highest user-focused standards and a model to all other justice or court buildings in the country.

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