Chiodini Architects was selected by the University City Police Department to prepare a feasibility study to establish the most practical and cost effective solution to meet the Police Department’s current and future space and operational needs.

FEASIBILITY STUDY SCOPE:

• Evaluate the existing Police Department facility to determine whether renovation of the existing City Hall Annex or a new Police Department facility would provide the most practical, operationally efficient, and economical solution.
• Identify existing and future space needs for the Department.
• Assess the physical condition of the existing City Hall Annex Police Department facility.
• Evaluate the feasibility of renovation of the Annex and/or the construction of a new facility to meet identified Departmental needs.
• Renovation/Expansion of the Annex for the Police
• Identify issues associated with preserving and maintaining the historic integrity of the interior and exterior of the Annex.
• Identify strategies for the sensitive restoration, rehabilitation, or preservation of historic features of the Annex in accordance with local district standards and plans.
• Develop conceptual renderings of renovation concepts; site plan, elevations, and floor plans.

NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT FACILITY:

• Identify and test potential sites.
• Develop conceptual renderings of new facility concepts; site plan, elevation, and floor plans.
• Prepare preliminary cost estimates for both renovation and new facility conceptual options.
• Facility to be designed to a minimum of LEED Silver Certification