MTA Partner, Brian Rudy, and Associate, David Stone, (both pictured) attended the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday for the Ottawa Police Services (OPS) South Facility in Barrhaven, Ottawa.
The South Facility Phase A project, a collaboration between Moriyama Teshima Architects and CS&P Architects, will centralize operations and replace several older facilities that will be decommissioned. The client mandate for the facility is to accommodate a variety of Front Line, Specialized Units, a Communications Centre, administrative offices, and special function vehicles in a highly flexible building with 24/7 operations.
“The 218,000 square foot, three-storey facility will bring police services and public safety closer to the growing communities in the south end of Ottawa. It will provide an inclusive, equitable, and safe space to serve all city residents and operations in the urban and rural areas of the city”.
– OPS Chief Eric Stubbs.
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