He said the building works on the complex started in 2017 and are on schedule. The building on a two-hectare site will cost RM67.8 million to build.
Hasnol said the new Syariah Court Complex will house six court rooms - two for High Court, three for Lower Court, and one for Court of Appeal - as well as administrative offices for the 83 Sabah Syariah court judiciary department employees.
He said the new complex will also be equipped with information technology, family consultation rooms, child care centres as well as disabled-friendly and parking facilities to provide comfort and improve service efficiency.
The design for the four-storey building incorporates Islamic and ‘Sirung’ motifs, reflecting the Sabah tradition.
Meanwhile, Hasnol also spent time inspecting the construction site of the Sabah State Audit Department with a delegation accompanied by Sabah Federal deputy secretary Yahya Sulaiman.