State Highway Patrol Training Facility / Garner, NC

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The Details

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol’s primary mission is to reduce collisions and make the highways of North Carolina as safe as possible. Since 1929 the mission of the Highway Patrol has not changed. From a handful of Highway Patrolmen in 1929, the Highway Patrol now employs 1,820 troopers to cover more than 78,000 miles of North Carolina roadways. In order to better serve current and future Highway Patrolmen, this new training center is being designed in Garner, NC.

The project consists of a new master plan of the campus to include five new buildings comprising 94,800 square feet located on the existing training academy campus on Garner Road. The new buildings will consist of an administrative / training / medical office, cadet dormitory, in-service professional dormitory, armory, and technical services unit. The scope of work also includes a new loop road around the expanded campus, a new main roadway entrance, eight new or upgraded parking lots for 400 new parking spaces, courtyard plaza, hardscape building entry plaza, expansion to the existing water system, a 2,000 LF sewer extension, and associated pedestrian walkways and landscaping.

 

Owner

North Carolina Department of Administration

Architect

HH Architecture

Start Date

2010

Completion Date

TBD

Construction Cost

$25 Million

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