Police Station Municipal Campus Building Committee
Charge: The Police and Municipal Campus Building Committee is established to oversee the repair, renovation, expansion and/or replacement of the Police Station and further to oversee the repair, renovation and/or expansion of the Town Hall, Senior Center and the related grounds owned by the Town of Shrewsbury located at and adjacent to 100 Maple Ave including the authority to employ professional assistants, to obtain bids, and to enter into contracts on behalf of the Town for preparation of plans and specifications, and for the construction, remodeling, alteration or renovation, including equipping and furnishing, of these buildings and grounds and advise the Board of Selectmen on the financial requirements for such improvements. The Committee shall consist of nine members as follows; a member of the Board of Selectmen designated by the Board of Selectmen, the Town Manager or designee, the Chief of Police or designee, the Council on Aging Director or designee, the Superintendent of Schools or designee, the Superintendent of Public Facilities or designee, and three residents appointed by the Board of Selectmen.
The current Police Station, Town Hall and Senior Center are located on a single campus at 100 Maple Avenue, and each provides municipal services to the residents of the Town of Shrewsbury. The Police Station (11,000SF) was constructed in 1971 and renovated and expanded in 1996. The Town Hall (28,700 SF) was constructed in 1966 and renovated and expanded in 1997 with recent renovations to the second floor in 2017. The Senior Center (11,400 SF) was constructed in 2000. The campus provides common driveways, parking and egress routes for visitors and employees of Town offices.
In May of 2019 the Town Meeting approved an appropriation request for $250,000 to begin a multi-phase project, which will ensure these facilities, or their replacements, meet the operating needs of their respective departments. A line item was also included and approved to provide $50,000 for a public safety feasibility study in the FY20 State Budget; Executive Office of Public Safety & Security.
In September 2019, the Town contracted with Construction Monitoring Services to act as the Owner’s Project Manager for the project.The Town of Shrewsbury is currently seeking designer services in conjunction with the completion of a Feasibility Study associated with the construction of and modifications to the Town’s Municipal Campus, to include modification to, renovation or replacement of the Town’s Police Station, Town Hall and Senior Center. Upon completion of the Feasibility Study phase the Town reserves the right, at their option, to move into the latter design and construction phases of the project with the same Architectural Designer for part, or all, of any resulting design or construction projects. The services of the selected designer may be extended through construction documents and project closeout, subject to appropriation of funding.
Agendas & Minutes
The Police Station & Municipal Campus Building Committee meets primarily at Town Hall. All agendas and meeting minutes are available here.
|May 2020||The Board of Selectmen appointed members included in the charge to the committee on May 26, 2020.|
|February 2020||Tecton Architects met with various departments at the municipal campus to discuss current and future space needs for their respective departments|
|January 2020||Town contracted with Tecton Architects to act as the Architects for the project.|
|December 2019||The Designer Selection Subcommittee interviewed three architect firms: Lavallee Brensinger Architects, Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc., and Tecton Architects|
|November 2019||The Designer Selection Subcommittee was established.|
|October 2019||Architectural/Design Services Request for Proposals was issued.|
|September 2019||Town contracted with Construction Monitoring Services to act as the Owner’s Project Manager for the project.
|May 2019||Town Meeting approved an appropriation request for $250,000 to begin a multi-phase project, which will ensure these facilities, or their replacements, meet the operating needs of their respective departments.|