Public Safety Complex Project


Mayor O'Connell and her Administration Proudly Present the Public Safety Facility Project (90 County Street)

Shaunna O'ConnellOur Public Safety team does some of the hardest work in our City. They fight fires, respond to medical emergencies, keep the peace, enforce the law, and take care of the most vulnerable members of our community. When we need them, they are there for us. In return, our first responders deserve to work in a facility that meets their needs. Some of our firefighters currently work in a fire station that is one of the oldest in the entire country. Our police officers have worked out of a "temporary" location for 45 years. It is time for our City to care for our first responders as they care for us. My administration is excited to embark on this project and to build a new home for our Police and Fire Departments. Please join us as we work together to build the Taunton Public Safety Complex!


Mayor Shaunna O'Connell

Meet the Project Team

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Owner’s Project Manager: P3 - Project Planning Professionals

  • Project Management firm based out of Norwell, MA
  • Worked in over 50 communities throughout New England for 14 years
  • President Daniel Pallotta is a former Plymouth County Commissioner and held various Town positions in Hanover, MA including Selectman and Building Committees

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Designer: Caolo & Bieniek Associates

  • Architectural firm based out of Chicopee, MA 
  • Provided Design and Architecture services to communities throughout New England for over 60 years
  • President Curtis Edgin manages the planning, design, marketing, and construction overviews for projects

90 County Street

September 2021: City of Taunton acquires 90 County Street in anticipation of building a new Public Safety Complex

August 2022: Owner's Project Manager is retained to oversee Project

October 2022: Project Designer is  hired and engages immediately with Taunton Police and Fire Departments to begin process of determining the needs of the Departments

Anticipated November 2022: Completion of programming  space needs

Anticipated December 2022: Completion of schematic design and site investigation

Anticipated January 2023: Estimates and final design adjustments

Early 2023: Presentation to Municipal Council and City residents of findings and costs

Taunton Site Aerial Site Lines Tracks

Presentation to Council as a Whole: Oct. 25, 2022

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