Initially, CES was selected to provide MEP/FP engineering design services for a feasibility study to determine the best available options for relocating, expanding and updating the Wilbraham police station. Ultimately, it was decided that a new police station would be constructed for the town and CES provided MEP/FP services for this stage of the project as well. The police station was originally constructed in 1904 and had various uses including a school and town hall. In time, the building deteriorated significantly and the police department outgrew both the space and functionality of the building. The new station added 10,000 sf encompassing workspace, interview areas, decontamination facilities, security and prisoner areas. It also improved floor plan circulation and mechanical systems. CES also provided commissioning services for this project.