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Salt Lake City Public Safety Complex

Salt Lake City Public Safety Complex

The $125 million Public Safety Complex comprises 175,480 square feet of space, on four levels above ground, to house 276 police employees, 69 emergency dispatchers, 38 fire employees, and four workers with the emergency management division. The complex is home to a combined dispatch center and Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The remainder of the site is a public plaza space. Two levels below-grade, enclosed, and secure, the parking structure accommodates 372 vehicles and 30 motorcycles.

The facility is not only LEED Platinum, but is net-zero, meaning that the building will produce at least as much emissions-free renewable energy as it would otherwise consume if obtained from emissions-producing energy sources.

 

 

Specialized technology systems designed by Spectrum include:

  • Dispatch systems and equipment,
  • Radio and 911 systems,
  • AV systems for the entire facility including the EOC, which includes massive flat-screen displays,
  • Voice/data cabling for supporting this data-intensive facility, and
  • Telephone and data systems.

The Salt Lake Public Safety Complex is a highly technical and resilient building, designed and constructed to withstand and remain operational for our public safety officials during manmade or natural disasters. It is also a beautiful and sustainable building that will be around for many years to come.Dave Wesemann P.E., LEED AP, ATD, Spectrum Engineers

David Wesemann

P.E., LEED AP, ATD

President & Principal Electrical Engineer

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Tyler Squire

P.E., LEED AP

Principal Electrical Engineer

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Joseph “Jody” Good III

LC, IALD, FIES, USITT, LEED AP

Principal Lighting & Theatre Designer

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Gerald Nelson

BSAT

Principal Technology Designer

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