Mint Hill Town Hall & Police Station

Mint Hill, North Carolina

ABOUT

The  town hall was a Construction Management at Risk project. The 4.8-million dollar town hall serves as a centerpiece for a mixed-use development in Mint Hill. The 20,000-square-foot town hall is a two-story building housing a council chamber and staff offices.

The new police station consisted of a 7,000-square foot interior and exterior renovation of the old Mint Hill Town Hall, transforming it into the new Mint Hill Police Station. The renovation included refurbished offices, a conference room, an interrogation room, and evidence storage areas.

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Town of Mint Hill”]

TESTIMONIAL

“The Town of Mint Hill, North Carolina has worked with Edifice on two separate projects over the past 5 years. Throughout the detailed process of building a new Town Hall and renovating the original building to fit the needs of the police department, the service provided by the Edifice staff were exemplary.  The ability of Edifice personnel to identify requirements, proactively act upon the delivery of these requirements, and their outstanding craftsmanship and professionalism, proves Edifice, Inc. to be an outstanding contractor.”

“They have proven professionalism and service and are a true example of quality all contractors should strive to emulate.”

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CLIENT

Town of Mint Hill

 

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