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Janesville Police Station

The City of Janesville’s police department, operating out of a space in the municipal complex which it had outgrown several years ago, hired an architect to perform a space needs study in 1999. The report indicated the growing department needed roughly double the amount of space to operate efficiently and effectively. Zimmerman was hired to design the new station which will be located on a vacant city lot next to the existing downtown municipal center. The location of the new police station was selected both for its proximity to other city municipal services and as an ancillary benefit, the new station will likely serve as a catalyst for future downtown development.

Location: Janesville, Wisconsin

Size: 30,500 s.f.

Services Provided: Architectural Planning and Design, Structural, Mechanical, and Plumbing Engineering, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture

Completion Date(s): 2001

Contractor/Construction Manager: JP Cullen

John Sabinash, AIA

John Sabinash, AIA

Vice President | Civic + Government Studio Director

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