Brown County Sheriff Office

Green Bay, WI | Government + Cultural

Overview

ISG assisted the Brown County Sheriff's Department in finding new property for their office through architectural and engineering evaluations and designed a major remodel and renovation to fit the needs of the County.


Opportunity

With crowding and multiple facilities separating the Sheriff’s Department staff and officers, Brown County needed to find property to house their entire department.

Solution

Brown County is the fourth largest county in Wisconsin and ISG has been playing a role in providing the County with up-to-date facility designs that will best serve the people who use them. The County needed support investigating new buildings for their Sheriff’s Department. The existing downtown location was crowded, in multiple facilities, some leased, and inconvenient to highways and outlying communities. Architectural and engineering evaluations, preliminary planning, and construction cost estimates were produced to assist the County in identifying the most cost effective and operational designs for the new office.

Finalized blueprints included extensive remodeling to the 45,500 sq. ft. site, along with a 9,000 sq. ft. addition. This project took a LEED approach, focusing on energy efficiency and sustainability measures.


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