The Critical Public Safety Facility
- Construction Management (Lead)
- Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee. - Architect
- AECOM - Public Safety Architects
Schematic Design Phase - Completion on May 1, 2013
Design Development Phase - Completion on September 1, 2013
The Proposed Critical Public Safety Facility will consist of a 95,000-square-foot, four-story building housing the following:
- City of Raleigh Emergency Communication Center
(including the Raleigh-Wake 911 Call Center)
- City of Raleigh Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
- City of Raleigh Data Center
- City of Raleigh Traffic Control Center
The Emergency Communication Center is a 24-hour operation and receives 911 emergency calls for much of Wake County.
The Data Center will support all function of the building as well as the full City of Raleigh Information Technology system.
Due to the critical mission of the operations housed in the building, the building systems must be very reliable with redundant back-up services to fully maintain critical functions during an event.
For additional information on the current status of the project, refer to the following documents.
- Replace outdated facilities with a new environmentally sustainable Public Safety facility.
- Achieve sustainable and energy efficiency goals as directed by the City of Raleigh City Council actions.
- Achieve United States Green Building Council's LEED Certification.
- Accommodate 25 years of growth for building occupants.
|May, 2014||Anticipated Construction|
|December, 2015||Anticipated Occupancy|
February, 2012 - Council authorized Phase One Feasibility Study
May, 2012 - Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee / AECOM selected
December, 2012 - Phase One Study Completed
May, 2013 - Balfour Beatty / Clancy & Theys Joint Venture under contract for Pre-Construction Services
May, 2013 - Schematic Design Phase submitted for review
September, 2013 - Design Development Phase submitted for review