FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Kaestle Boos Associates, one of New England’s architectural and design firms, has been chosen to design and build the new 24,000 square foot police headquarters for the Harwich, Massachusetts, police department.
“The plans call for the new police station to be built on the same site as the current police station,” says Michael McKeon, vice president of Kaestle Boos Associates. “The new station will join up with the existing fire station and share a dispatch area. Once construction is completed, the current police station will be demolished.”
The project is expected to begin in July of this year with completion coming in late 2009.
Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc., is a full service design firm headquartered in New Britain, Connecticut with offices in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The firm specializes in educational, public safety, theater arts, parks and recreation and other public architecture.