In 2016, the Mount Horeb Area Joint Fire Department and Police Department partnered with Bray Architects to bring their years of facility study and evaluation to fruition. With Bray’s assistance, a $15,000,000 referendum question was passed to fund the construction of a new Mount Horeb Area Public Safety Building.
The new building houses both the fire and police departments. The facility features shared spaces, including meeting/conference spaces, break rooms, restrooms, training/exercise areas, and the public lobby, to save construction and ongoing operating costs for all entities. Shared building systems throughout the Mount Horeb Area Public Safety Building, such as plumbing, fire protection, HVAC, emergency generators, and electrical, create additional cost savings and efficiencies.
Awards: Firehouse Magazine | 2020 Station Design Awards – Sliver Shared Facilities