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Port Moody Public Safety Building

After completing a planning study KMBR designed a new public safety building for the City of Port Moody to accommodate three public safety agencies: The Port Moody Police Department with a staff of 80, the Canadian Pacific Railway Police, and the BC Ambulance Services with a four-bay ambulance station. A 93m2 emergency operations centre will also serve the City in the event of natural disaster. The building program is organized around a central three-storey sky-lit atrium fostering a sense of community and providing natural daylight to the occupied spaces close to the core. This building is designed to post-disaster seismic standards. Design is to LEED® Silver equivalent utilizing sustainable strategies such as ground source heating/cooling, high efficiency electrical and mechanical systems, green building materials, and daylighting strategies.

Photographer: Robert Kwong

Project Stats

  • Client: City of Port Moody
  • Location: Port Moody, BC
  • Size: 3,825 sq.m.
  • Project Type: New Build
  • Project Delivery: Construction Management

...Staff morale received a huge boost when we moved into our beautiful new Public Safety Building... This facility was a joint project between management and our member and civilian unions, and has already demonstrated a positive impact on staff health and wellness."

Paul Shrive Chief Constable Port Moody Police 2006 Annual Report