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New Denver Police Crime Lab Improves Forensics Capabilities

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Photo by Frank Ooms, courtesy of JE Dunn Construction
The 60,000-sq-ft lab is significantly larger than its former 14,000-sq-ft space.
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2012 Award of Merit

Government/Public Buildings Category

Denver Police Crime Lab

Denver

The new Denver Police Crime Laboratory dramatically enhances the department's ability to identify and investigate suspects and prosecute criminal cases. The 60,000-sq-ft lab is significantly larger than its former 14,000-sq-ft space on the sixth floor of the nearby Denver Police Administration Building. A secure underground tunnel connects the new laboratory to the Property Management Bureau, where the evidence is stored. The lab's larger size and improved investigative spaces allow for better staff interaction and for increased efficiency and education in the science and technology of forensics.

Key Players

Owner: City and County of Denver

Architect: The Durrant Group Inc., Denver

General Contractor: JE Dunn Construction, Denver

Civil Engineer: S.A. Miro Inc., Denver

Structural Engineer: MNA Inc., Denver

M/P Engineer: Gehring & Associates, Boulder, Colo.

Electrical Engineer: SSG MEP, Aurora, Colo.

Entry submitted by JE Dunn Construction

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