107th Precinct Station House

Queens, NY

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A new, 3 story, 46,000 SF Station House for the 107th Precinct in Queens.

Architect

Perkins Eastman & Partners, New York, NY

Client

NYC Dept. of Design & Construction, New York, NY

Features

  • facilities for Patrol Personnel, Detectives, Anti-Crime Units, 10 prisoner detention cells, a patrol headquarters, community patrol program, neighborhood stabilization unit, and the Queens borough task force
  • state-of-the-art security and internal communications system
  • a fueling station and underground fuel tanks
  • a two vehicle garage and a 150 car parking area with brick perimeter walls and automated gates

Special Interests

The unique building, with anodized aluminum and iron spot brick exteriors, has received numerous awards including the 1994 New York State AIA Award for Excellence in Design. The project was also featured in the March 1994 issue of Architectural Record.

Services

Construction Management