Saunders completed the new public works service center for the City and County of Broomfield to support their growing population.
Between 2000 and 2015, Broomfield’s population more than doubled from 30,110 to 65,454, and Broomfield’s infrastructure increased nearly 200 percent. The need for a new public works service center was evident — becoming Saunders’ sixth major project for the City and County of Broomfield.
The Service Center project located on a 16.4 acre greenfield site includes an administration building complete with office and conference/training spaces, utilities and fleet maintenance shops and storage bays, street maintenance shops and storage bays, police evidence storage, heated vehicle storage, a fuel center, salt and sand storage, and other outdoor storage areas. The operational area of the new Service Center is 12.2 acres, with an additional 4.2 acres for a stormwater detention pond and slope area.