Burlington

Halton Regional Police No. 3 District Facility

Client

Regional Municipality of Halton

Budget

$9 Million

Size

38,400 sf.

Completed

November 2006

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Judicial, Correctional, and Fire

Public and Government

Architect

CS&P Architects Inc.

This project involved the construction of a new 2 storey, 38,400 square foot police station consisting of a short term detention facility, two floors of office space, and meeting rooms. The No. 3 District facility in Burlington represents a new standard for the Halton Regional Police Service. Sited in a residential neighbourhood, the new police facility was constructed to integrate seamlessly with its surroundings.

“Aquicon produced first class workmanship and delivered a quality product on time and on budget, while making every effort to keep us well informed and advised throughout the process.”

Keith Moore, Senior Planner, Halton Regional Police Service

The new facility houses an initial complement of 185 staff, both uniform and civilian, with the flexibility to accommodate future anticipated growth up to the year 2026.

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