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Adams County Public Safety Training Center (Merit)

Brighton, CO

ARCHITECT’S STATEMENT

Located on a 339-acre site near Brighton, CO, the project consists of the following components: • 29,400 SF Firing Range component including (3) 16-lane, 50-yd tactical ranges; (1) 20-lane, 50-yd tactical range; and (1) 12-lane, 200-yd rifle range • 13,000 SF Emergency Vehicle Operation Center (EVOC) building component, associated with a 540,000sf Concrete Skid Pad, a 540,000sf Asphalt Motors Pad, an Urban Driving Course, and a High-Speed Pursuit Driving Track • 64,000 SF Administration and Classroom building consisting of multimedia classrooms, dedicated agency offices, and operational field house • Detonation Range • Posse (mounted patrol) area and Canine component • Scenario Village • Shoot House • A system of infrastructure to tie the elements together The facility will be used by numerous Colorado Front Range public safety agencies, so each programmatic function is designed with flexible day-use facilities like offices, classrooms and storage spaces to accommodate provisional user groups.

 

Owner

Adams County, Colorado

DATA

Type of facility

Law Enforcement

Type of construction

New

Site Area

339 acres

Area of building

164,627 SF

Total cost of construction

$56,027,685

Status of Project

Design

CREDITS

Architect

Roth + Sheppard Architects

Project Manager

Interact Business Group

Civil

Martin / Martin Consulting Engineers

 

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