Dewberry Awarded Architecture/Engineering Contract for Virginia State Police Division Six Headquarters Facility Design

For Immediate Release
Fairfax, VA | 12.05.2018

Team with extensive VSP project experience selected to design facility to meet growing needs.

Virginia State Police (VSP) has announced the selection of Dewberry to perform architecture and engineering services for the design of its new Division Six Headquarters facility in Salem, Virginia.

The new facility will include ample space for the division’s 100 staff members, with adequate room for growth, and will include administrative, multipurpose, and vehicle storage buildings, and a communications tower. The headquarters will house the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Bureau of Field Operations, and support services. Dewberry’s services will include programming, data collection and review, user interviews and forecasting, site assessment, architectural space programming, schematic design, design development, construction document preparation, and construction administration.

“Having worked with VSP for the last ten years, we’re looking forward to taking on this next project to improve VSP facilities across the state,” says Dewberry Associate and Project Manager Derek Marshall, PE, LEED AP. “Our team of public safety design experts is pleased to provide VSP with state-of-the-art designs that will allow them to meet the needs of their constituents for years to come,” adds Dewberry Senior Associate and Design Lead Larry Hasson, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP, NCARB.

The firm provided designs for the recently completed VSP Driver Training Facility, VSP Shoot House, and for the VSP Demolition Range, which is currently under construction.

  • architecture
  • Virginia State Police Division Six Headquarters
  • Salem
  • Virginia
  • Programming
  • construction administration
  • site/civil
  • State/Local

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