Project: Prior Lake City Hall and Police Station
City: Prior Lake
Architect: WOLD Architects and Engineers
Owner: City of Prior Lake
Value: $10M - $20M
This 18 month project broke ground in August 2005. Scheduled for completion in December of 2006, the New Police Station will encompass 30,860 square feet on two floors. There will be offices, holding cells, a sally port, an evidence room with storage as well as indoor parking for 20 vehicles and a men's and women's fitness area. The new city hall, being concurrently built, will be 35,747 square feet and will compliment the other downtown buildings with its red brick, limestone and glass exterior. The City Hall will include seating for 100 in the council chambers. Other departments to be housed in the space will be Planning, Building Inspections, Engineering, Finance and Administration, Utility Billing and Recreation. The buildings are located across the street from one another and form part of a campus development.
Shaw-Lundquist Associates self-performed the concrete work on the project in addition to managing and coordinating the construction details of all trades on site. We poured the foundation walls, performed on all the flat concrete work and site concrete on both buildings.