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Arlington Community Safety Building, Arlington, Mass.

After completing a masterplan that involved an inspection of existing systems and the conceptual identification of required upgrades and cost estimates, Architectural Engineers commenced MEP/FP design and CA services in two phases to allow continued occupancy throughout construction. The ADA compliant building features holding cells with a sally port, a fitness center, a briefing room/training center, and a renovated gun range. Work included exterior lighting, new exterior intake and exhaust hoods, plumbing drain body replacement, and a new sprinkler system with anti-ligature sprinkler heads in the holding cells. The existing building was upgraded to enhance police operations and provide community members with Arlington-based historical artifacts in an open, day-lit, and secure environment.

OWNER

Arlington Police Department

CLIENT

Ammondson Architects

CONSTRUCTION COST

$5M

SIZE

77,000 SF

AEI SERVICES

Mechanical
Electrical
Plumbing
Fire Protection
BIM
Sustainability

PHASES OF DESIGN

Existing Conditions
Feasibility Study
Schematic Design
Design Development
Construction Documents
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SUSTAINABILITY

LEED Silver

PROJECT FEATURES

BIM/Revit
Sustainability
C149
Occupied/Phased Construction
Gun Range
Accessibility