"We had many owner requested project changes. Sundt executed the changes even before pricing was finalized because of our slow payment process in order to keep this project on schedule. Sundt’s pricing was fair and when we felt pricing was out of alignment Sundt was good in negotiating and providing additional required back up paperwork to finalize the process."

Cathleen Crabb, Senior Architect

The 40,000-square-foot, single-story dispatch center serves as the new Emergency Services Dispatch Center and Emergency Operations Center for the City of San Antonio and surrounding Bexar County. The facility has a high degree of survivability, including redundant systems to ensure continued operation during power outages and catastrophic events. Beneath the raised flooring in its 115-operator dispatch room are more than six miles of data wiring. The building has two chillers (in a typical office building there would be one), five air handlers (normally two), and four generators (normally one).

After the project was well underway, the team was tasked with managing the purchase and installation of the equipment and furnishings, which had a significant effect on its ability to meet the tight schedule and ensure a seamless transition once the old facility was taken offline.

Precast Concrete Structures Award-Architectural Precast Association (APA)