US Department of Homeland Security – US Customs and Border Protection – Detroit Border Patrol Station

The Detroit Station is responsible for 70 miles
of international border, made up of the Detroit
River and Lake St. Clair. The Ambassador Bridge
and the Detroit/Windsor, Ontario Tunnel are
located in the station’s area, along with a freight
train tunnel that runs under the Detroit River.
Agents assigned to this station conduct marine
operations during the boating season, along
with freight train check, and anti-smuggling
activities. When weather conditions prohibit
boating, agents patrol the shorelines. This project
includes the design and construction of a new
100-Agent Border Patrol Station, Parking Garage
and combined Canine Facility and uncovered
parking on an approximately 10 acre site in
Detroit, Michigan. The station itself will include
office space, detainee processing and holding
areas, training facilities, locker rooms, restrooms
and storage for Customs and Border Protection
(CBP) Agent gear and arms. The Garage will
include enclosed parking spaces for 40 vehicles as
well as areas for maintenance storage, a vehicle
wash area, and a vehicle maintenance area. The
Canine Facility includes kennels and runs for three
dogs as well as storage. The scope of this project
includes audiovisual, acoustics, noise & vibration
control, telecommunications and security systems

Detroit, MI
Phoenix, AZ
Detroit, MI
$10-25 Million
22,000gsf Border Patrol Station
25,000gsf Parkin
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