Kaestle Boos completed a study to determine the feasibility of expanding the Windsor Public Safety Complex which includes the Windsor Police Headquarters Windsor Fire Station and EMS building. The existing conditions study evaluated each facility’s building envelope, interior finishes, mechanical and electrical systems and compliance with state and federal codes including accessibility. A space needs assessment for both the police and fire departments was also completed through interviews with members of each department. It was determined the most cost effective solution included a new fire station with three drive-thru apparatus bays, firematic support including decon and SCBA areas, living and sleeping areas, and administrative offices. The solution also includes the renovation and expansion of the existing public safety facility to house the police department which would include a secure prisoner processing and detention area, male and female locker rooms, secure evidence processing and storage, and a training/community room. The final report, presented to the Town included the findings of the existing conditions study, the proposed space needs program, conceptual designs, cost estimates, and Kaestle Boos’s recommendations.