The newly renovated Clayton Police Headquarters and Municipal Building at 10 S. Brentwood Blvd. in Clayton has earned highest honors – Platinum LEED Certification – from the U.S. Green Building Council. The six-story Colonial Williamsburg-style structure, built in 1959, becomes the first Platinum-Certified law enforcement facility in Missouri.
Pinnacle Contracting, Inc. served as general works contractor on the project which introduced 21st century technology and energy-wise features to approximately 83,000 square feet. Pinnacle helped achieve Platinum LEED status by developing construction waste management and indoor air quality plans followed by its sub-contractors.
Other LEED-favored strategies included on-site energy generation (via the largest single-site solar array in Missouri); the installation of high-efficiency HVAC, lighting and water systems; and a facility-wide commitment to optimal indoor air quality plus thermal and lighting controls for all building users.
The facility hosts a state-of-the-art police headquarters with a new sally port and detention suite; forensic laboratories; a municipal court and offices; a back-up data center for the City of Clayton; and parking spaces for more than 150 vehicles in an adjacent structure.
St. Louis-based the Lawrence Group was project architect. Wilson Estes provided police consulting and planning. Paric Corp. provided construction management. Additional team members included: KJWW Engineering Consultants, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Civil Design Inc., and Geotechnology, Inc. Pinnacle’s work at the facility exceeded $5 million.