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City of Brentwood Public Safety

Location:

Brentwood, Tennessee

Status: 

In Design

Size:

Estimated 56,000 SF

Client:

City of Brentwood 

Shop Team:

James Kennon
Cary Sweat
Michael Kretz
Beasley Chantharath
Spencer McCarty

Project Collaborators:

Consulting Architect:
McClaren Wilson & Lawrie
General Contractor:
The Parent Company
Structural Engineering:
EMC Structural Engineers
MPE/IT/AV/Security/Fire Engineering:
Edmonds Engineering
Civil Engineering:
Ragan Smith
Landscape Architect:
Ragan Smith
Acoustic Consultant:
Roland, Woolworth + Associates
Interior Design:
Brand ID
Signage:
Tolleson McCoy

 

The Architect Workshop provided both space programming and architectural design for the Brentwood Police Department. The purpose of this new public safety facility is to allow them to have their own dedicated facility located more centrally to their community. Programmatically, this facility is an example of a complex building which aggregates a variety of users and space types into a consolidated and clearly organized environment. This building accommodates the police departments, training, investigative labs and operations as well as a 911 center. A public municipal courtroom (approximately 2200 sf) will also be located in the building. Multiple characteristics of the building had to be determined for approval of the scope of the proposed building.

Brentwood Public Safety is currently in design and targeted to be completed in 2021.