The project includes construction of a Judicial Leaning Center in a now unused portion of 4th floor law library in the Hiram W. Johnson State Office Building to educate the public about the judicial system and its importance in society using innovative and thought-provoking approaches and to provide informative and interpretive exhibits. The project will construct exhibit space, video presentation space, a mock courtroom, classrooms with partitions, storage room(s) and a A/V room. Works includes demolition of existing doors, glazing, walls, finishes, ceiling, electrical, lighting, limited HVAC, and shelving within the approx. 7,000sf area. Then workers will construct new walls, acoustical ceiling, doors and doorways, floors, install new electrical systems, A/V systems, lighting, data lines, furniture, misc. equipment, and limited HVAC throughout the project area. Additional work will install acoustical sound barrier elements in approx. 4 window alcoves to reduce the noise from the mock courtroom in the adjacent offices of the Historical Earl Warren Building.