Public Safety FacilityFrostburg State University

The new Public Safety Facility at Frostburg State University was located at the entry to the college, to be a significant, visible presence of safety and security on campus. MK prepared four cost estimates at milestones during schematic, design development, and construction document phases of design.

Statistics

Construction Cost
$4 Million
Year Completed
2018
Square Feet
10,000
Acres
1

Team Members Involved

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George Bakalyar

Partners

Architect | Design Collective Inc.

601 E Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 685-6655

Project Overview

The new Public Safety Facility at Frostburg State University was located at the entry to the college, to be a significant, visible presence of safety and security on campus. The building acts as police operations headquarters, with specialty communications, evidence and property storage, holding cells, a sallyport, and required support spaces.

Our Approach

MK prepared four cost estimates at milestones during schematic, design development, and construction document phases of design. The project was complicated by a limited market, a goal to reuse as much parking as possible, and specialty standards required by the University System and the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.

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