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.
New building focuses on public safety
Harvard Jolly designed the building.
Weiss/Manfredi is designing the project.
Fentress Architects, Michael Graves Architecture & Design, and Hensel Phelps Construction Company are c...
JE Dunn will manage the design and construction of the Kansas-based facility.
The C.F. Møller-designed prison’s architecture supports the inmates’ and staff’s mental and physical well-b...
The center will serve as a regional training center for all Nassau County Police personnel.
Arup served as a lead advisor and oversaw financial, commercial, real estate, design, engineering, and cost...
The blocky, modern design is meant to convey accessibility and public service.
The program would include two new state office buildings in Sacramento.
$1.1 trillion spending package includes tripling of GSA’s construction budget.