The New Shrewsbury Police Station is being constructed on the current Municipal Campus at 106 Maple Avenue Shrewsbury, on a parcel of town-owned property located adjacent to the existing Police Station. The new Police Station will be a 1 2-story 44,300 gross square feet constructed on spread footings with masonry veneer. The construction cost estimated at approximately $30M. The new Police Station will be organized to include public-use conference rooms and classroom adjacent to the entry. First floor spaces will service the functions of Dispatch, Records, Roll Call, Report Writing Stations, Sergeant / Patrol Officers, and Interview Rooms, as well as Locker Rooms, Training Room, Firearms Simulator, Armory, and Canine space. Support spaces will include vehicular garage/maintenance areas and IT Room. Secured areas located on the first floor will include Prisoner Processing, Detention and Evidence Storage. Second floor spaces are planned to include Administrative Offices, Investigative Department, Conference Room, and Interview Rooms. Second floor support spaces include Long-Term Evidence Storage, Restrooms / Locker Rooms, Mechanical Room, and full-department Break Room. The existing Police Station and department operations remain in operation at their current location.
I cannot emphasize enough that Fontaine Bros. has been the best construction management firm that I have ever worked with in over 30 years of construction and architecture. Every member of the Fontaine Bros. team was approachable and accessible to subs at all times. No problems were too big or too small to be dealt with professionally in a solution motivated drive.
Keith Baldinger, Assistant Director of Public Works, The Town of Shrewsbury