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Coffs Harbour Justice Precinct

The $73 million construction of a courthouse and police station which is located on the site of the old Forests NSW depot makes Coffs Harbour the largest justice precinct in regional NSW.

Coffs Harbour Justice Precinct

How we helped the client

Scope of Work

JML was awarded the design, supply and installation of the custom curved glazing and frame and windows including the windows, curtain wall, all doors, and 6 balcony balustrades in the main building. The police stations were excluded from our works.

The total project consisted of roughly 2,000 square meters of glass.

There are two different elevations of glass to the building. The front elevation is a screen glass wall point fixed in front of the glazed windows. It has a digital-printed silk screen with the image of a waratah which is an indigenous flower of New South Wales.

The side glass wall is point fixed and traditional curtain wall. Bottom row of glass kicks out at an angle and also curves around the building in faceted panels.





NSW Department of Justice

Main Contractor

Richard Crookes Construction


PTW Architects


Inhabit Group