Brockton Public Safety Complex

This sleek and technology-driven building will replace the City of Brockton’s outdated police station and historic fire station, serving as a beacon of safety and security for the community. At an expansive 149,275 SF and spanning four stories, the new public safety complex will house the operations of both the Brockton Police Department and the Brockton Fire Department. It will also feature a joint emergency dispatch center, administrative and support offices for the Brockton Emergency Management Agency, and offices and an equipment room for the Brockton Information Technology Center. To accommodate the needs of the police department, the complex will include a parking garage that can hold up to 300 vehicles. Public lobby space will be available on each floor, providing easy access to services and information for the community.

As the Owner's Project Manager (OPM) for the City of Brockton, CHA has been intimately involved in every aspect of this project, including designer selection, space needs assessment, program development, site evaluation, and cost estimates. With an estimated cost of $108 million and an ambitious construction timeline, this multi-phase project is anticipated to be completed in 2025.

Project summary

149K sf.

Expansive 149,275-square-foot renovation.


Four-story technology-driven building.


300 spaces in the parking garage.

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Sean Sweeney, MCPPO, CCM, LEED AP BD+C & O+M

Sean Sweeney, MCPPO, CCM, LEED AP BD+C & O+M
Project Management and Construction Management Business Line Director

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Sean has three decades of leadership and practical experience in the construction, real estate, and facility management industry. He has constructed public, commercial, retail, and residential projects in more than 37 U.S. states and overseas. His expertise encompasses the employment of complex project delivery systems using emerging technologies, cutting edge construction techniques, and fast-track program development and execution.