Cuyahoga County Emergency Operations Center
Broadview Heights, Ohio
The $17 million Emergency Operations Center was designed to contain 44,000 square feet of operations, administrative and storage space and be built on approximately four acres in the southeast corner of the Broadview Heights Municipal Campus. Osborn Engineering provided Technology, Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, Plumbing, and Civil Engineering services.
The state-of-the-art facility was designed to house an extensive communications and information display capabilities; a multi-position communications center for the Cuyahoga Emergency Communications System (CECOMS) which could also serve as a regional dispatch center; a Joint Information Center; offices for the County Office of Emergency Management; a training room; and a storage and maintenance facility for county special teams.
The design intent was to better provide assistance for law enforcement officials, handle weather disasters, terror threats, water rescues and other emergencies.
Designed but not built.