how to reconcile the joint needs of a training centre and a kennel unit for an urban police department
In February 2018, the governing committee of the City of Brussels gave its green light to the construction of a training centre for the Brussels Capital Ixelles police service, the largest in the country. Located on the Mercator site (Neder-Over-Heembeek) this new infrastructure will respond to the practical and theoretical training needs of the personnel (GPI 48 circular) and will be equipped, among others, with a firing range and a kennel unit..
Mandated to the consortium of CIT Blaton – Assar – VK Architects/Engineers, this development is undertaken with the collaboration of the police zone and citydev.brussels (regional city development body).
|program||new police training centre for the Brussels Capital-Ixelles police; and bringing three Brussels canine brigades together on one site|
|client||City of Brussels & Brussels Capital-Ixelles Police|
|address||avenue De Béjar, 26, 1120 Neder-Over-Heembeek, Belgium|
|team||CIT-assar - VK grouping|
New police training centre for the Brussels Capital-Ixelles police; and bringing three Brussels canine brigades together on one site.
The traig centre will accommodate :
The canine brigade unit will comprise :
The site will also accommodate: