The Michael J. Ruane Federal Courthouse in Salem, MA is a state-of-the-art facility with four floors of judicial courtrooms, conference rooms, kitchen and cafeteria, and holding cells. Federally funded, the mission of this project was to transform the traditional courthouse into a 21st century justice campus opulent in its appearance and a tribute to the greatest justice system in the world. As one of the largest Federal court facilities in the country it’s becoming the face of courthouses and the envy of so many who work daily in outdated facilities without air conditioned court rooms. This project was dynamic and fluid with more than 400 workers working on multiple floors—in some cases, at the same time. Pristine was on site more than three months with revenue close to $230,000.