Study To Explore Upgrades To 3 County Police Stations

From today's Fairfax Extra:

The Fairfax engineering office of PSA-Dewberry has been selected to conduct feasibility studies for improvements at three district police stations, in Reston, McLean and Fair Oaks.

The studies will explore current and future space needs and opportunities for renovation and/or expansion to improve staff efficiency, security and community outreach services at the stations, according to a news release.

PSA-Dewberry will provide conceptual site plans, preliminary building plans, project phasing recommendations and estimates of construction costs. The studies are to be completed by April.

The work will include an analysis of the county supervisors' offices at the Reston and McLean locations, as well as the fire station at the Fair Oaks facility. The proposed upgrades would be carried out in accordance with U.S. Green Building Council recommendations for sustainable design.

By  |  January 5, 2006; 11:07 AM ET  | Category:  Government , Public Safety
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