The project involved the construction of a four-storey building, one of the largest building in Alice Springs. Valued at $18 million, the courthouse was built and is owned by the private sector and leased to the government.
The new court building establishes a dedicated justice precinct in the centre of town and houses two Supreme courtrooms, offices and a shop, as well as a basement carpark.
Situated in the heart of the Alice Springs Central Business District, the top two floors of the new iconic Supreme Court building are available for lease as office space.
Each floor enjoys an abundance of natural light, 360-degree views and access to the basement car parking via a secure lift.
The development was undertaken by Sitzler Bros Pty Ltd which was one of the largest privately-owned construction companies in the Northern Territory.
Products/configurations used on project
Disability Handrail – Assistrail AR150
Commercial Balustrade – Conectabal CB10 & CB30
Industrial Handrail – Tuffrail TR20
Why was Moddex product selected?
Moddex was selected to supply handrail and balustrade for the basement and fire stairs and generator dock and loading bay areas. Our involvement in the project was initiated through Darwin architectural firm – Bell Gabbert Associates
Site measurements were provided by the builder and Moddex project managed installation on site using our nationwide network of installers
Our proprietary modular systems meant that no-welding needed to be conducted inside the building and product was available off-the-shelf for immediate flat pack.