UCLA - Police Station Replacement Building


This project required the demolition of an existing Police Station Building which was built in 1958. In its place, a 22,000 sq. ft. 2-story building was built consisting of: three cells with ½ bathrooms, classrooms, communications, computer and control rooms, reception area, men’s and women’s dressing/changing rooms, locker rooms, sleeping quarters, offices, records storage, two public restrooms, fully equipped kitchen, equipment bay, state-of-the-art Heating and Air Conditioning Cooling Systems utilizing on-site steam, patrol vehicle drive-thru underneath a second floor overhang, 8,000 sq. ft of vehicle parking, exterior landscaping and associated hardscape.

LEED Certification Gold



The project was awarded LEED Gold Certification by the United States Green Building Council.