Lake County Hosts Groundbreaking of New Regional 911 Facility

By Clinton Snider

The regional 9-1-1 Consolidation Partners and the Lake County Board recently hosted a groundbreaking event to kickstart the construction of the new Regional Operations and Communications Facility (ROC). The new 37,426 sf facility will be constructed and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, which will enable all agencies occupying the building to operate more efficiently—improving their service to the community.

Pictured (left to right): Deeta Bernstein (Cotter), Jonathan Kuzynowski (Wold Architects), Kirsta Ehmke (Wold Architects), Brandon Dunn (Cotter), Shivam Sehgal (Path Construction), Andy Horn (Cotter), Mallory Cusenberry (RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture), Matt Bickel (Wold Architects), Jonathan Joy (Lake County), Irshad Khan (Lake County), Richard Kraus (Path Construction), Rob Smith (Path Construction), Justin Kraus (Path Construction), Tom Ryan (Path Construction), Qifan He (Path Construction), Keisha Johnson (Cotter)

Cotter is supporting the project by providing Owner’s Representative services to manage all facets of procurement, construction, and closeout responsibilities. Significant coordination of multiple parties is required, as expected for any project of this capacity, since multiple agencies will be impacted by the finished project. As the project takes off, Cotter endeavors to ensure all stakeholders have adequate, timely representation.

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Pictured (left to right): Andy Horn, Brandon Dunn, Ursula Searfoss, Keisha Johnson, and Deeta Bernstein