Southeast Breaks Ground on Spring Hill Police Headquarters Facility

Friday July 7, 2023

On Monday, June 26, the Hensel Phelps project team gathered together with local officials to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Spring Hill Police Headquarters Facility. Slated for completion in 2025, Spring Hill law enforcement will soon operate out of the 60,000 SF multi-use development as the city continues to grow in size and demand.

City officials, the Spring Hill police department, design partner TM Partners and members of the Spring Hill community all attended the ceremony to celebrate. Ceremony speakers included the Mayor of Spring Hill, Jim Hagaman, Spring Hill Police Chief, Don Brite and Hensel Phelps Nashville Area Executive, Clif Fesler. “It takes a great team and incredible leadership to put events like this together,” said Mayor Hagaman. “We are Team Spring Hill!”

The new Police Headquarters will compromise two structures; the primary structure will feature versatile high-tech police training spaces with a firearm training simulator, a defense tactics area and a physical agility area. Also included in this main two-story building will be general office spaces, a courtroom, a holding area and a criminal evidence laboratory.

The second structure will function as a rolling assets storage and maintenance facility. It will contain two full maintenance bays with a separate wash bay for police vehicles as well as additional space for offices, evidence storage and the Spring Hill Police K-9 unit. A secure parking lot with 231 surface spaces will exist between the two buildings.

“We are so excited to be working with this incredible community,” said Clif Fesler. “We are going to continue this great relationship with the city of Spring Hill and the Police Department.” Hensel Phelps is proud to support the growth of Spring Hill, Tennessee, and looks forward to a strong partnership and successful project.  

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