Jefferson Station Police Precinct and Public Library
The Jefferson Station renovation project is a great example of government entities revitalizing old structures for public utilization and community improvement. Built in an abandoned Food Lion, the project challenged Wakefield Beasley to coordinate the needs of multiple city departments into one cohesive design. By mobilizing the programming process quickly, the firm was able to provide multiple schematic design options from which the client could choose the best path forward for final design and construction. Wakefield Beasley was able to provide distinct space for community meetings, public library and the police station in one development while transforming the exterior with unique façade enhancements.