U.S. Customs & Border Protection In SoCal

The Boulevard Border Patrol Station is located approximately 65 miles east of San Diego and includes a main station building for 250 Border Patrol agents and support staff, a vehicle and facility maintenance building, an equestrian compound with a stable and an arena, a 160-foot communications tower, a vehicle wash rack with re-circulating water system, a fueling station, a 10-lane 50-meter indoor firing range, a backup generator, an emergency helipad, as well as access roads, parking, fencing, security lights and other site support.

The main station building is designed to LEED Silver standards. In keeping with federal sustainability goals, the new station includes many green features, such as reduced energy usage, water-efficient fixtures and landscaping, photovoltaic panels for solar energy, and other features designed to make it a healthier place to work.

Bergelectric’s Technology Systems Group installed a Main Distribution Framd (MDF) and an Inermediate Distribution Frame (IDF). Bergelectric installed Siemons Cat 6 Solutions and a Fiber Backbone as well.

Size
74,284-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$4.3 Million

Duration
February 2011 – June 2013

Delivery Method
Design Build

LEED
Silver

Other Team Members
Straub Construction
RJC Architects

Berg Regional Office
San Diego

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