Wiley|Wilson is designing a new 33,000 SF public safety facility in Orange County, VA, that will house the county’s Sheriff Department, Emergency Communication Center, Fire and EMS Administration, Information Technology Department, and an Emergency Operations Center.
Before any design work began, the firm spent three years studying the public safety needs of the client. This insight helped the team better understand the county’s short- and long-term goals. Because the space will house such disparate functions, the design had to be efficient and mission-oriented. The final design is a space that meets Orange County’s current needs while anticipating future requirements.
The scope of the work covered initial concept to final design. In-house design services included architecture, civil/site, structural, mechanical, electrical design services, and overall design team management. The firm also managed the contributions of three specialty sub-consultants.
For a 360 degree rendering of the 2-story main lobby click here.