Criminal

public safety center

Project Overview

Location: Dickinson, ND
Size: 42,500 sf
Cost: $12,700,000
Completion: Fall 2015

Project Description

With the expanding oil exploration occurring around Dickinson, North Dakota, the City of Dickinson has built a new 42,500 sf. Public Safety Facility to be the new headquarters for their Police and Fire Departments.

The site location is a 9 acre, south facing hillside on the city’s western edge. The site and building orientation was designed to take advantage of solar exposures, wind direction and natural site drainage. The City of Dickinson required the facility to exceed normal standards for energy, water conservation, and pollution prevention. The natural ventilation for an improved working environment, along with integrated system designs for passive heating and cooling, day-lighting, safety and other energy conservation features and technologies were highly desired.

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Campbell County Courthouse

Project Overview

Size: 60,000 sf - New
40,000 sf - Remodel
Cost:$10.6m
Completion: 2006
Reference: Matt Zahn, Campbell County Public Works

Project Description

Prior to design of this expansion to the Campbell County Courthouse, Schutz Foss Architects used a space planning study including each department and included unallocated space for future growth needs.

This remodel and addition consolidated offices county wide. The existing courtroom was updated. New courtrooms and county offices were added along with Judges Chambers, County Commissioner Offices, courtroom auxiliary space and holding rooms.

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Contact Information

Billings, Montana

3030 4th Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 252-9218

Gillette, Wyoming

107 East 1st Street
Gillette, WY 82716
(307) 685-0209

Dickinson, ND

2125 Sims Suite 5
Dickinson, N.D. 58601
(701) 290-1925