Project: Lewisville Police
Client: City of Lewisville
Architect: Page Southerland Page
Note: 11 phases of construction
Renovation of 25,400 square feet of existing office and former jail space. The 11 phases of construction allowed for uninterrupted day to day use of the facility. The construction consisted of the demolition and relocation of the holding cells, evidence storage, evidence processing, drug storage, locker rooms, interrogation rooms, dispatch offices and police official offices. The special challenges that this project presented was the detailed phasing plan that would allow for the continued use of the building while the remodel took place. This required the relocation of some of the office staff in temporary trailers located on site. The new holding cells had to be built before the existing ones could be demolished. The phasing plan was designed by JC Commercial with input from the Police Department. It was adjusted throughout the project to fit the ongoing use of the building and the construction schedule.