Whitby

Whitby Community Police Office

Client

Regional Municipality of Durham

Budget

$7 Million

Size

38,000 sf.

Completed

June 2004

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Judicial, Correctional, and Fire

Public and Government

Architect

Barry Bryan Associates (1991) Ltd.

Work on the Whitby Community Police Office involved the construction of a new 38,000 square foot facility consisting of a finished basement, a reception area, and a holding cell on the main floor. The basement served purpose for the office’s traffic division, while the building’s second floor was built for a restricted intelligence area and highly sensitive divisions such as espionage, a Prime Minister protection unit, and a gang related and undercover unit. The building also equipped its own vehicle wash and bays.

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