Another high-profile project the firm contributed to was the $84 million Bucks County Justice Center in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Requiring 11,000 cubic-yards of concrete work, the project necessitated the use of more than 1,100 trucks to deliver concrete to the site and 500 tons of reinforcing steel. Completed in 2014, the 285,000-square-foot center houses more than 500 government employees and accommodates thousands of visitors. The center also features 21 indoor parking places for the security of high-ranking government officials, as well as 20 prisoner holding cells.
Since the site of the Bucks County Justice Center was undeveloped, Carson needed a rough-terrain crane. The company selected the 70-ton Terex RT670 RT crane, which has a hydraulic design and a telescopic boom. This utility crane has the capacity to move all day long, lifting and placing formwork and reinforcing steel and concrete, with only a single crane operator needed up to 80 tons.