New Police and Fire Facility: This project involved the development of a 27,438 SF combined fire and police department facility to house departmental program spaces, fire department living space and to store all police and fire vehicles and apparatus owned by the public safety forces of the City of Brewer.
Program features included public service spaces, police administrative and support spaces, public meeting and education space, police vehicle garage space, fire department administrative space, staff living space, fire apparatus garage space, a public safety museum, and a radio tower. The design process involved detailed programming meetings with city management, fire department staff, and police department staff.
The design included a steel-framed, brick-faced administrative block and a customized, prefabricated garage and living quarters wing to house fire department spaces and apparatus.
Construction Cost was $4,639,000, delivered under a Design-Build Contract. The design-build partner was Nickerson & O’Day, Inc.
Carter Architectural Design staff led, managed, and designed this project while employed at WBRC Architects/Engineers.