Delafield Public Safety Building
Years of programming, planning, and design work led to a shared public safety building for Delafield's city police and regional fire and EMS departments.
Need: Combine public safety services to one building
Solution: Design a new facility that accommodates all departments
Result: New public safety building with 21st-Century features
- The Daily Reporter/Wisconsin Builder Top Project
Fact Sheetshare project
Size29,600 sq ft
Construction Cost$9,100,000 (includes public works, city hall, and library projects)
The police side of the building is one-story and includes a garage with fencing for vehicle storage and evidence processing, a sally port, an evidence processing and storage area, a squad room, an intake space with soft and hard interview rooms, locker rooms, and administrative space for investigators, clerical, and police officials.
The fire and EMS side of the building is two-story and includes four, drive-through apparatus bays, a hose and training tower, administrative space, eight bunks, a dayroom, and a kitchen.
Shared functions of the Delafield Public Safety Building include the lobby, a 50-person training room, a 10-person conference room, and a fitness center.