New State Police Station at Milbury

Designer - Dimarinisi & Wolfe Architects
Contractor - B.W. Construction Company
Project Type: Design/Bid/Build
Project Cost: $7.6 Million
Gross Square Feet: 15,200
Completion Date: September 2006

This new State Police station replaces an antiquated station that was built in 1931 and was poorly located relative to its troop patrol area. The new facility is approximately 15,200 gross square feet and serves officers, Special State Police units and civilian staff. The site of the project is on a 1.7-acre site at the foot of the Greenwood Street Bridge over the Massachusetts Turnpike, adjacent to the right of way for the Turnpike's westbound lanes.

Project Features

  • Single-story slab building with exterior masonry walls, interior partitions of masonry and gypsum board, and a pitched steel frame roof with shingles
  • Nearly 3,000 net sq. ft. of attic storage space
  • New "state of the art" detention facilities
  • Exercise/Fitness area for troopers
  • Vehicle wash bay

New State Police Station at Milbury

New State Police Station at Milbury