DMR is progressing with the design of the new Garfield Police Department Headquarters in Garfield, N.J.
The 20,000 square foot project, to be located at 411 Midland Ave., will be constructed in two phases to ensure uninterrupted service at the current headquarters, which was built in the 1960s. The new facility will be 5,000 square feet larger, and have more dedicated space for electrical systems.
The project addresses a growing need throughout the State, where many police stations that were built around the same time are no longer suitable to provide the needed services without affecting the safety of the staff and community.
The Garfield project, recently featured in NJBiz and the MidAtlantic Real Estate Journal, is one of two police stations DMR is currently designing, and one of more than 10 municipal and public safety buildings that the firm has designed throughout it's history.
Construction on the Garfield Police Headquarters will begin in the summer of 2015 and is expected to last 14 months.
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