12/05/12 161 W - + 3 - 3 Critical Public Safety Center Moves Forward


Press release. The Raleigh City Council, on Dec. 4, approved moving ahead with the proposed Critical Public Safety Facility and authorized solicitation and of the Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMAR) for future approval for the project. The City of Raleigh commissioned Pearce Brinkley Cease and Lee (PBC+L) /AECOM in July to program and design the City of Raleigh Critical Public Safety Facility, that would house the Emergency Communications Center, Emergency Operations Center and the City’s Primary Data Center.

This initial Phase One design services included the evaluation and updating of the departmental programming, site evaluation, master planning, and initial conceptual building design efforts. In addition, the City Council authorized conducting a security and threat assessment as a component of the Critical Public Safety Facility’s development. The City contracted with Burns and McDonnell for Phase One threat and security analysis services associated with the initial development of a new facility.

Read entire press release.





I heard the site was going to be located on Westinghouse Blvd @ Raleigh Blvd. There are talks of a proposal which includes a fire station at the location. It would replace existing #11 to accommodate a new aerial truck since Pierce can no longer build one that would meet the height restrictions of existing #11.
RescueRanger - 12/05/12 - 17:01

I would guess you wont see this finished product until late 2015 or early 2016
They got a LONG way to go. Red tape is thicker than Santa’s beard.
Buckwheat - 12/06/12 - 11:14



  
Remember personal info?

/ Textile

Comment moderation is enabled on this site. This means that your comment will not be visible on this site until it has been approved by an editor.

To prevent spam we require you to answer this silly question
 

  (Register your username / Log in)

Notify:
Hide email:

Small print: All html tags except <b> and <i> will be removed from your comment. You can make links by just typing the url or mail-address.