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Tooele Public Safety Facility

Tooele Public Safety - Architecture

Client Name

Tooele City


Tooele, Utah

Completion Date



Main Building 23,000 sf | Ancillary Support Building 3,100 sf

Galloway was selected to provide a needs assessment, site evaluations, and programming to determine the current and future needs of the Tooele police and personnel. Our team concluded that the department needed a new facility to meet its needs. Galloway was selected to provide architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture services to design a facility that was a safe and welcoming place for the public to gather and participate in community events.

Our design team carefully considered every design element to design a facility that would enhance the ability of officers and personnel to protect and serve the community. The project included a 23,000 sf single-story main building and a 3,100 sf single-story ancillary building for the police department and multipurpose city meetings, along with administration offices, records, patrol, investigations, server and communication services, victim services, detainee processing, and evidence storage.

The new facility is a modern, state-of-the-art facility that provides the police department with the space and resources it needs to continue to protect and serve the community.


Jim Child

Regional Architectural Team Manager

801.533.2100 Contact

Scott Holmes

Sr. Associate
Sr. Architectural Project Manager

801.533.2100 Contact