Location: Centreville, Maryland Completion: 2010
Type: 6,800 S.F. Police Station Addition Role: Architect of Record
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The Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Station provides the officers and staff of this department with an expanded facility designed to accommodate the ever increasing responsibilities of our law enforcement agencies.

The station is located just outside the central business district of Centreville Maryland and serves a wide reaching area of Queen Anne’s County.  The expansion provides the department with a training room and secondary emergency operations center, an expanded, secured and newly organized evidence processing and storage suite, expanded and secured records suite,  staff break areas including locker room/break area and full residential kitchen, and a separated CID wing including interview areas, equipment rooms, copy area, visiting detective workstations, and supervisors offices.

The renovations to the existing station include upgrades to the site and sound separation of the detention areas and the processing areas of the station as well as the hardening of some of the detainee use areas.

The facilities addition and renovations were programmed with function and cost forefront in the minds of the using agencies and design team. The facility was designed aroung existing structural elements with the specific intent to serve as the main facility for the sheriff’s operations for 5-10 years until a new multi-agency facility is constructed.

Baltimore Architects