Sonoma County Sheriff’s Building in Santa Rosa, Calif. Courtesy Ross Drulis Cusenbery Architects.
This 65,000-square-foot building houses the Sheriff’s administrative and law enforcement divisions. The two-story building serves as administrative offices and includes 911 emergency dispatch; a crime lab; SWAT dispatch; storage for explosives, ammunition, narcotics and evidence; high security surveillance systems; and communications infrastructure. The building includes offices, locker rooms, a briefing room and a community meeting room.
The structure consists of a steel frame and concrete masonry walls supported on a pile foundation.
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