Police Facility Being Built on A Former Marine Base

January 01, 2006 |

The Orange County Sheriff's Regional Training Academy broke ground last month in Tustin, Calif., on 15 acres of a former Marine Corps base. The $20.6 million, 52,000-sf facility will include four 80-person classrooms and 38 offices. GKKworks of Newport Beach, Calif., designed the facility. Pasadena-based C.W. Driver is the construction manager.

 

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