Columbus, Ohio

Harris Architects is the Architect of Record for the design of the new administrative office facilities and vehicle building for City of Columbus Division of Police SWAT. The project included interior office and situation room renovations, secure officer access between the first floor and second floor, situation planning room and restroom renovations, update fire alarm system, security system, and interior painting.

Vehicle Garage and Maintenance Building

  • New Steel Framed Structure with Masonry Exterior

  • New 7 Bay Vehicle Addition

  • Vehicle Maintenance Areas and Equipment

  • Vehicle Systems Emission Control Venting Systems

  • New officer training and exercise facilities

  • New Fire Alarm, and Security System Interface

  • New Heavy-Duty Strike Vehicle Pavement Designs

  • Pedestrian Bridge from Vehicle Building to Existing Office Wing

  • Officer's Weight Training Facility

Renovation of the 8,000 sq. ft. Administrative Office Area

  • New interior wall finish upgrades

  • New general area and task lighting systems

  • Women and Men restroom finish upgrades

  • New officer shower facilities

  • ADA compliant Fixture, Furniture and Equipment systems

  • New electronic fob access hardware

  • New office / kitchen / break room casework

  • New “Mission Ready” strategic event planning squad auditorium

  • New CAT 6 and Fiber Optics IT systems

  • Renovated Officers office

  • New Officers locker and restrooms