Sanford Police Station

An exterior photograph of the front entrance and parking lot of the Sanford Police Station, in Sanford, Maine.

The new police station was a critical part of the revitalization of downtown Sanford and was very important to the community. The Town of Sanford wanted to use this publicly funded project as a “mini-stimulus” package for the community’s skilled tradespeople and suppliers.  Therefore Wright-Ryan published advertisements and actively sought local participation.  Upon completion, more than 70% of the construction funds were circulated back into the local community.  The 24,000 square foot building features geothermal wells for heating and cooling, holding cells, sally port, and a fitness area with locker rooms.

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