The Queens Supreme Court was originally constructed in 1937. Velez completed the construction management of the $54 million dollar modernization of Queens Supreme Court. The Queens Supreme Courthouse underwent major interior and exterior renovations, artwork and courtroom restoration, and upgrades, including all major systems, HVAC, electrical, plumbing and fire protection, and vertical circulations (elevators). Exterior façade restoration brought the building into ADA compliance. Existing courtrooms were upgraded, and new courtrooms were added. The facility now houses a total of 22 courtrooms with court support functions. The intent of this renovation was return the building to its original use as the Queens Supreme Civil/Surrogate Courthouse.