New building focuses on public safety
The $40 million public safety building for the city of El Cajon, Calif., is under construction and slated for completion in June 2011. The five-story, 119,400-sf building will house the city’s administrative offices, a joint police and fire emergency operations center, central data center, indoor firing range, crime lab, and short-term custody facility. KMA Architects & Engineers, in partnership with McClaren, Wilson & Lawrie, designed the complex; the Building Team also includes program manager Gafcon Inc., Ledcor Construction (GC), and Burkett & Wong Engineers.
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