The Northern Utah City of Kaysville selected JRCA Architects to assist them with developing a citywide Emergency Services Response Plan including the programming and master planning for future police and fire/EMS facilities. JRCA has also helped to implement this master plan and create a Municipal Campus with the design of the City’s new Public Safety Building. The Response Master Plan Identified the ideal location for a new facility in the Northern part of the City, but also determined a long plan west facility would not improve Emergency Services Response. This study also initiated expanded cooperative response agreements with neighboring jurisdictions.
JRCA Architects has created a state of the art and sustainable Public Safety facility that will provide the following:
Multi-Purpose Community Room/ Training Room/ EOC
Improved Public Access to Community Oriented Policing Programs
Central Secure Location for the City’s Data Management
Secure Detainee Interview Rooms
Secure Enclosed Drive-Through Vehicle Sally-Port
Expanded Patrol and Investigations Office
Secure Evidence Processing and Storage
Physical Training Area for Police and Fire Personnel
The facility has been designed to complement the existing scale and locally quarried stone of the adjacent Civic buildings and includes many sustainable and energy saving features including a ground source heating and cooling system.
Project Size: 19,680 S.F.
Completion: March 2015