An approximately 4,500 SF substation for the Sheriff’s Department, employee and visitor parking, a paved access driveway and an unpaved decomposed granite secondary driveway (for emergency vehicle use only) connecting Old Highway 80 to the west, septic pits, an emergency generator and enclosure, a trash enclosure, and extension of the water/utility service lines to the building. The project design and materials are representative of a rural character, consistent with other buildings in the vicinity and consistent with the adopted Community Plan for the area. Sustainable features include photovoltaic panels on the roof, the use of low VOC paints, sealants, adhesives, recycled content materials and local materials.
|Owner||County of San Diego|
|Architect||Sillman Wright Architects|
|General Contractor||Harper Construction Company|
|Construction Cost||$3.5 Million|