Fayetteville City Hall Improvements

City of Fayetteville, North Carolina
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244,854 SF Studied (including Public Safety Departments)

Project Description

Stewart-Cooper-Newell assisted the City of Fayetteville, NC in conducting a comprehensive municipal space needs and feasibility study, covering multiple city departments. The affected major entities include the Fire Dept., Police Dept., City Hall, Environmental Services, and the Parks & Recreation. Initially, the design team assisted the City in developing realistic projections for staffing across 18 departments in through 2040, and then prepared space programs based on those projections. Further tasks include reviewing the conditions of (and suitability for continued use or renovation) ten existing buildings around the city. The City was then be presented with recommendations for options and project phasing, designed in a way that meets short-term needs through renovations and/or additions. Cost estimates for construction accompanied these recommendations.

Recognizing that the long-term space solutions require substantial capital planning and funding, Stewart-Cooper-Newell assisted the owner in developing an additional short-term 10 year plan for meeting the immediate space needs within City Hall through relocation of several departments and reorganization of the remaining staff.

Our Involvement

Ken Newell - Architect SCNA Staff
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Square Footage

244,854 SF Studied (including Public Safety Departments)

Project Description

Stewart-Cooper-Newell assisted the City of Fayetteville, NC in conducting a comprehensive municipal space needs and feasibility study, covering multiple city departments. The affected major entities include the Fire Dept., Police Dept., City Hall, Environmental Services, and the Parks & Recreation. Initially, the design team assisted the City in developing realistic projections for staffing across 18 departments in through 2040, and then prepared space programs based on those projections. Further tasks include reviewing the conditions of (and suitability for continued use or renovation) ten existing buildings around the city. The City was then be presented with recommendations for options and project phasing, designed in a way that meets short-term needs through renovations and/or additions. Cost estimates for construction accompanied these recommendations.

Recognizing that the long-term space solutions require substantial capital planning and funding, Stewart-Cooper-Newell assisted the owner in developing an additional short-term 10 year plan for meeting the immediate space needs within City Hall through relocation of several departments and reorganization of the remaining staff.

Our Involvement

Ken Newell - Architect SCNA Staff