St. Charles Police Station

Design: FGM Architects, Oak Brook, Ill.                Construction Manager: Riley Construction, Lake Bluff, Ill.

The New St. Charles Police Station

The new St. Charles Police Station at 1515 W. Main Street replaces the former police station at 211 N. Riverside Ave., portions of which date back nearly 100 years. The $24.6 million project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget. This new facility will support the City’s policing operations for the next 50 years. Click the Building Features link at the right for details about the project.


Project Construction Timeline

3/22/19 Update

1. The first floor east framing is wrapping up which will kickoff the west side next week. 

2. The west side concrete pour went well, which gets us ready for framing and MEP in wall work.

3. The detention area is almost complete. 

4. The housekeeping pads for the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing contractors have been poured and will soon be ready for their equipment in the mechanical and electrical rooms.

5. Drywall is ongoing upstairs on the second floor.

3/15/19 Update

1. We are ready for the last building related concrete pour. The first floor north east slab will be poured early next week.

2. The second floor drywall is ongoing and is working its way towards the east side. Offices, the IT area, and the administration desk area are taking form.

3. The first floor wall layout has started.

4. The main staircase and specialty railings have been measured, and those pieces should be on site within the next 3-4 weeks.

5. Block walls in the detention area are going up fast.

3/8/19 Update

1. The roofing is nearly complete, with only a few small sections of the east and west sides still needing work.

2. The men's locker room on the west side of the second floor is "rocked" (drywall) with spray insulation complete.

3. The south side of the first floor-east is ready for next week's concrete pour.

4. The second floor east side is in the midst of in wall MEPs being installed and inspected.

3/1/19 Update

  1. The majority of the north side of the building has glass. Winter protection is down, making the building look completely different.
  2. In-wall mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough ins are ready for inspection on the west side.

2/22/19 Update

  1. Second floor window instalation continues.
  2. The second floor slab is completely done, the majority of the framing on the west side is complete, and door framing is also starting.
  3. The slab at the detention area (west side of the first floor) is poured. The east half of the first floor will be poured within the next few weeks.
  4. Roofing is almost complete.

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