Civic / Public Safety
- Colonial Heights Courthouse, Colonial Heights, VA: This new 56,850 sf building designed by Moseley Architects and Enteros Design includes a public entrance with security checkpoint, courtrooms, administrative space, prisoner holding area, and vehicular sallyport. This project was complete in September 2013 and attained LEED-NC Silver certification in December 2015.
- James City County Law Enforcement Center, Williamsburg, VA: This 47,000 sf two-story facility, which houses the police headquarters as well as a forensics lab, was complete in 2011. SDC provided LEED documentation assistance to David A Nice Builders to enable this building to exceed the stated goal of LEED-NC Silver-level certification, achieving LEED-NC Gold in July 2013.
- Virginia National Guard Headquarters and Reserve Center, Chesterfield, VA: This 104,607 sf new readiness center designed by Pond & Company supports training, administrative, and logistical requirements for the Virginia Department of Military Affairs. SDC provided LEED process management and the project achieved Gold-level certification in October 2018.
- Chesterfield County Police Headquarters Renovation, Chesterfield, VA: This 29,000 renovation by Hening Vest Covey Chenault enhanced the building envelope and provides space for Chesterfield County police as well as a crime analysis / forensics lab. SDC provided LEED process management for this project, which achieved certification in December 2017.
- Virginia Department of Transportation Safety Rest Area - Greensville Northbound, Skippers, VA: This new 9,420 sf rest area designed by Brockenbrough is located at the first exit off I-95 in Virginia from North Carolina and provides a welcome center and respite area for travelers. SDC provided LEED process management for this project, which achieved Silver-level certification in October 2017.
- James City County Fire Station #4, Williamsburg, VA: This new 13,900 sf facility designed by Hening Vest Coveny Chenault includes three bays for fire trucks as well as living space for up to 12 people, including integrated living areas and bunk rooms. SDC provided LEED-NC Silver-level documentation assistance for this project, which achieved Silver-level certification in December 2017.
Civic / Public Safety Buildings represent a variety of building types that are typically owned and operated by government entities and designated for use by the general public. SDC has provided LEED process management and green building consulting services for 28 civic / public safety buildings. This group includes a Net Zero Energy Town Hall, courthouse and administration buildings, fire and police stations, and highway rest areas.