City of Corcoran Police Department Headquarters

Project overview

The City of Corcoran faced several challenges during the design of the new headquarters facility and solicited Vanir to join its team to support and guide it through the construction phase. Vanir served as the owner’s representative and also provided inspection services. The facility includes:

  • A community meeting room accessible to the public
  • Separate rooms for briefing/training, patrol, investigations and evidence; a sergeant’s office; an exercise room; and a secure prisoner-holding area with four holding cells
  • An enclosed sallyport adjacent to the prisoner-holding area
  • Fenced parking lot for employees
  • A dispatch area, including office space, a breakroom and a restroom

The City had not taken into consideration the process and compliance guidelines for connecting the new facility to the 9-1-1 dispatch call center. As a result, there wasn’t anyone within the City to help coordinate the separation of secured lines and account for the required ports necessary to fully segregate the communication systems. Vanir was able to manage this process by coordinating with the various entities and contracts, while ensuring the City was in compliance during all stages of connectivity.

The Corcoran Police Department is grateful for Vanir’s involvement and would highly recommend them as a diligent owner’s representative.

– Reuben P. Shortnacy, Chief of Police, City of Corcoran Police Department
Corcoran, California
City of Corcoran

Design-Build Architect: Teter Architects


Design-Build Contractor: Accelerated Modular Concepts, Inc.

Square Footage
10,000 SF
Construction Cost
$6 Million
Start Date
Completion Date