Site Adaptation of Design for Border Patrol Station | Blythe, California
Client: Department of Homeland Security
The Yuma Border Patrol Station was site adapted to a 250-agent station at Blythe, California. The main station building is approximately 42,500 SF, with an additional support building of approximately 14,500 SF which includes specialty vehicle storage, vehicle service and electronics equipment maintenance. The over 20-acre site includes car parking (some covered) for private and government vehicles approximately equal to the agent count at each station. There is on-site vehicle fueling with above ground tanks and vehicle wash (with vacuum and blow down) areas to clean the vehicles after each shift. Huitt-Zollars provided full A/E services for all design disciplines including: Civil, Architecture, Structures, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fueling, Telecommunications/Data, Security and Landscaping.