• PUBLIC SAFETY PROJECTS - ACTIVE

  • Massachusetts State Police - Cell Repairs/Renovations

    State Police Barracks

    This project involves repairs and renovations to three (3) State Police Barracks in Massachusetts.  The three barracks included within this study are located in Andover, South Boston and Springfield, Massachusetts.  Each of the three barracks are of different eras, size and types of construction.  DCAMM proposes to use the recommendations of this study to design and implement construction for cost-effective repairs and renovations.

  • Massachusetts State Police - Lower Basin Barracks Modernization

    State Police Lower Basin Barracks

    The proposed facility is located at the site of the existing barracks and anticipates the adaptive re-use of the historic ex-Lower Locks Building and, possibly, the Stop Plan Garage, and likely integrated with a compact addition.  

  • MCI Shirley - New Food Service Building-Demo and New Construction

    Existing modular Food Service Building at MCI Shirley

    This project involves the study, design, and construction of a new Food Service Building to replace a temporary modular structure at the Massachusetts Correctional Institute (MCI) in Shirley.

  • Office of the Chief Medical Examiner - Central/Western Regional Facility

    Rendering of public entrance

    This project will combine the functions of existing Western and Central facilities by allowing the Office of Chief Medical Examiner to operate at the highest professional standards and perform at a much greater level of efficiency.  A new single story facility will be constructed on state land at the campus of the Western Mass State Hospital, a location that is centrally located for the region.

  • Worcester County Sheriff’s Office - Intake, Medical Unit and Regional Lock Up

    Rendering of the New Intake, Medical Unit and Regional Lock Up

    This project involves the study, design and construction of a new building to serve as the combined intake, medical unit and regional lock-up at the Worcester County Jail and House of Correction in West Boylston.

  • PUBLIC SAFETY PROJECTS - COMPLETED

  • MA Army National Guard Readiness Center in Natick

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    The new Massachusetts Readiness Center in Natick is located on a 26 acre state-owned parcel located at 149 Speen Street. The Center provides a training center for and serves the peacetime missions of the 182nd Area Support Medical Company and the 26th Maneuver Enhanced Brigade units of the Massachusetts Army National Guard (MAARNG)..
  • Western Mass Fire Training Facility in Springfield

    Western Mass Fire Training Facility front
    This project created a state regional fire training facility in Springfield serving the western part of the state and alleviated the training load at the central training academy located in Stow, MA. The facility provides a training area with classrooms & offices, maintenance shops, a fire house, fire safety lab, and emergency equipment response storage, among others.
  • Western Massachusetts Women's Correctional Center Expansion

    The project involves the construction of a Western MA Regional Women’s Correctional Center Expansion.  The project adds approximately 18,000 SF to the existing Correctional Center Facility.  The new housing structure (Housing Unit 3) provides between 42 and 56 additional inmate cells with a unit management core.

  • Essex County Correctional Facility - New Intake/Processing Facility

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    The scope of this project included the construction of a new one story, fully secure, Intake/Processing Facility at the existing Essex County Jail and House of Correction.

  • Hampden County Women's Correctional Facility

    Hampden County Women's Correctional Facility
    Construction is complete on the new jail and house of correction to house women under the jurisdiction of the Hampden County Sheriff's Department. This two-story correctional facility in Chicopee incorporates modular and conventional construction elements.
  • Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Phase II Expansion

    Phase II expansion of the Firefighting Academy in Stow is now complete for MFA and DFS office functions; a new training fire station; a new warehouse; and a renovation and expansion of the existing academy building.
  • MA Army National Guard Readiness Center in Methuen

    The project was initiated to design and construct a new Massachusetts Army National Guard (MAARNG) Readiness Center in Methuen, Massachusetts to provide updated facilities and to support multiple units as determined by MAARNG. This facility replaced the existing historic building on the same site, adding program and space that is required to carry out the functions of a readiness center.
  • New Field Maintenance Shop in Reading - National Guard

    OMS Reading
    The Massachusetts Army National Guard, Reading maintenance shop replaces an overcrowded and unsafe shop at the Haverhill Street Armory in Reading.
  • New State Police Station at Dartmouth

    New State Police Station at Dartmouth
    The new State Police station in Dartmouth replaces an antiquated station built in 1920. The project includes approximately 14,300 gross square feet to serve officers, Special State Police units and civilian staff, plus 2,300 net square feet of attic storage space.
  • SDM Middlesex Jail & House of Corrections – Housing Expansion

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    The Middlesex Jail and House of Correction expanded the existing facility to provide an additional 128 cells for the general population  plus a 240 bed dormitory building.  The new facility addition connects to the existing UNITS #1 and  #2 and extends the ramp/circulation corridor and function as a single structure.

  • Statewide Corrections Master Plan

    The Corrections Master Plan is a comprehensive assessment and plan for the Commonwealth's capital needs for the correctional system facilities through 2020. It includes: an inventory and analysis of maintenance and capacity needs of existing facilities, the facilities impact of various programmatic and policy changes, including both operating and capital costs, the most effective and efficient use of existing facilities, and the prioritization of major maintenance, and new construction projects statewide.