Located on a former industrial plant, the new community justice campus will bring together community partners dedicated to a modern, holistic, data-driven approach to the Indianapolis justice system.
BSA was brought on 18 months prior to occupancy to coordinate the multidisciplinary team of interior design firms and move companies and facilitate the move from the existing buildings to the new campus. At the onset of this engagement, BSA met with existing staff to review policies and procedures and determine their applicability at the new campus. This included emergency occupant plans, process mapping, accreditation checklists, etc.
BSA provided training exercises including scavenger hunts to acclimate the staff to their new environment. Lastly, BSA provided communication assistance with local neighborhood/community and departmental newsletters to keep the staff apprised of the move project status.
1.) Assisted with inmates moved with dual, operational planning
2.) Coordination of over 20 different vendors, including medical and dental equipment, and building supplies
3.) Coordination of donated furniture for over 81 offices in 3 buildings
4.) Oversaw move activity of 2,000 relocated items, 700+ employees, 3,500 crates, including historical artwork
5.) Provided site supervision and coordination of all new furniture and fixtures