Project Title

University of Illinois at Springfield Public Safety Building Feasibility Study

I just wanted to drop a quick note to you, to let you know how much I appreciate the effort that your team put together for us in our programming and cost study. They were thorough, professional and patient while working with myself, Don Mitchell and his staff. I hope we are able to work together again in the future. All my best and thank you again for sending us such a wonderful team to work with! — Executive Director of Facilities and Services


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Project Summary

The University of Illinois at Springfield charged Bailey Edward with the development of a feasibility study for a new 13.700 sq. ft. Public Safety Building. The study investigated two potential sites for the new facility.

This project included conducting programming interviews, developing design options and review of the potential solutions with designated stakeholders. Along with a preliminary space program, Bailey Edward’s study included conceptual site plans, building schematic floor plans and a preliminary estimate of construction cost.

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Springfield, Illinois


Design Vignette

The goal of the new facility is to provide law enforcement officials with adequate space to facilitate their present and future operations. The design provides officials with an area to question witnesses and secure storage spaces for evidence and weapons.