Phoenix seeking firms for police HQ TI project

By Roland Murphy | AZBEX

On June 9th, the City of Phoenix issued solicitations seeking Requests for Qualifications for an Owner’s Representative, Architectural Services provider and Construction Manager at Risk for the planned renovation of 100 W. Washington St. into a modern facility serving as a new headquarters for the Phoenix Police Department.

Arrington Watkins Architects prepared a project master plan outlining the need for the project and its goals. The current 115.8KSF PPD HQ at 400 W. Washington was built in 1975. “When it was built, the building probably met the space needs of the department. Over the last 48 years, the Police Department has had to develop strategies to accommodate the space needs associated with growth,” according to the plan’s summary.

The summary states, “The facility houses over 700 employees currently, across 3 daily shifts. This is about 17% of the overall organization’s employees. The major functions of the headquarters facility are investigations, recruiting and employment services, and administration. The operations are much more complex than a simple office facility; they have staff, public, and suspects all within the building.”

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