The two-story, 57,570 square foot new home of Turlockā€™s police and fire Departments.

The Turlock Public Safety Facility is being constructed on 4.5 acres in the downtown redevelopment area ofTurlock, California.

About Project

The new 59,550 square foot facility will house the Fire Department Administration, all Police Services, the 911 Center, and the City Emergency Operation Center. The building is being built with the City’s Downtown Core Architectural Standards to blend in with the existing buildings and includes rebuilding all four surrounding streets with utilities. The project includes a 180 foot radio tower, back-up electrical generators, a community meeting room, and space for future expansion. The building is constructed using a structural steel frame with metal stud exterior walls. All of the specialty areas expected in this type of facility are included: a fitness center, record keeping, evidence handling, SWAT operations, and investigation. The secure parking lot contains specific areas for the mobile command unit, SWAT vehicle, DUI trailer, and a sally port for custody transfer.

  • Estimated Cost $27.9 Million
  • Const. Cost $26.9 Million
  • Square Footage59,550
  • Cost/Square Foot$451 with Site
  • Const. Duration26 Months
  • Completion DateSeptember 2013
  • PrincipalPaul Bonaccorsi
  • Sr. Project ManagerJeffrey Miller
  • SuperintendentAndy Galbraith
  • Delivery MethodCM/Multi-Prime

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