Griffin served as the developer for the new Public Safety Center in the City of Salinas. The facility was delivered utilizing a Public-Private Partnership (P3), which provides for the design, financing, construction, and delivery of the new facility. The 70,800 GSF Public Safety Center Complex replaces the City’s existing police department headquarters, built-in 1958, and accommodates anticipated future growth. The project encompasses three buildings on a 6.3-acre site. The two-story 42,300 SF headquarters building serves as the essential services administrative building and includes detention spaces, community room, and plaza. Two support buildings totaling 28,500 SF provide police support services, including evidence intake and storage, crime lab spaces, and an indoor firing range.
The integrated P3 delivery method results in cost-effective, time-efficient facilities.