Collierville Justice Complex
- 21,600 SF renovation plus 20,000 SF addition
- Courthouse, Jail, Patrol
- Completed 2010
- $6.8 Million
Spirit Architecture was hired to conduct a Work Session in order to create a clearly defined detailed layout and related costs for a new facility for the Town of Collierville. The new construction consists of a 10,000 SF single-story Courts / Clerks building and 2500 SF two-story Police Administration expansion and 9000 SF single-story Patrol Building. The Project is located at the corner of Rowlett and Walnut Street in the Town of Collierville, Shelby County, Tennessee near the historic town square. The existing buildings on site consisted of a two-story Police / Courts Building, Old Town Hall Building, and Annex Building.
The Courts / Clerks expansion included a new main entry/lobby on the east with meeting rooms, public toilets, courtroom, prosecutor’s suite, judge’s suite, court clerk’s offices, and support spaces. The Police Administration expansion includes a new police chief’s suite, conference rooms, offices, records, break area, and support spaces.
The renovation consisted of selective demolition and new construction in the existing 11,000 SF two-story Police / Administration and Jail. Site work included expanding the existing west parking lot to become an authorized-only, private parking for patrol cars.
The project was completed in the summer 2011. This expansion/renovation was completed with tight cost control oversight. Although it took over 2 years of physical construction on one occupied building, it was built 12% under budget.