Our work for the Denver Police Department demonstrates our experience in police facility programming, planning, and design.

Denver District 1 Police Substation

Denver, CO

Creating Efficient Operations

Responding to the Denver Police Department's objective of addressing facility needs and optimizing use of its existing building inventory, we provided planning services to determine long-term space requirements in key districts and subsequently designed stations 1, 2, and 3 for the city. Each of the 40,000 SF district stations projects a community-oriented image within their residential neighborhoods, with a focus on operational efficiency and durability. The stations house patrol, investigation, training, and community service units and incorporate advanced technology and security measures.

Awards

  • Merit Award | AIA Denver
  • 2004 Justice Facility Review Selection | AIA CAJ
  • 2005 Justice Facility Review Selection | AIA CAJ
  • Bronze Hard Hat, Outstanding Architectural Design | Colorado Construction Magazine
  • Top Projects of 2002 Selection | Colorado Construction Magazine
  • 2003 Hard Hat Award for Best Projects | FW Dodge
Search Term:
Denver Police Substation 1
  • State/Local
  • public safety
  • Denver Police Substation 1
  • architecture
  • justice
Share

175

police personnel accommodated in each station

6 awards

recognizing project design

Services

  • Public Safety
  • Justice
  • Architecture

Markets

  • State/Local

Regions

  • West
  • State/Local
  • public safety
  • Denver Police Substation 1
  • architecture
  • justice

Location

Denver, CO

Completion Date

2004

Owner/Client

Denver Police Dept.

Square Footage

40,000 SF