Shovels hit the ground in Jeffersontown in late December 2022 for the city’s new police headquarters – just one of many expansion projects in the works for the growing city.
The new police headquarters is being built next to the old building at 10410 Taylorsville Road by a firm local to Louisville – Miranda Construction.
“We are excited to kick-off 2023 in the City of Jeffersontown, building the new Jeffersontown Police Department station,” Miranda Construction said in a LinkedIn post.
The department has been in its current location for several decades. The new space is being designed with community building in mind – incorporating more space for resources, a planned comunity room and public plaza.
Miranda Construction, the general contractor selected for the project, was founded in 2016 and has quickly established itself as one of the fastest growing construction companies in Louisville. The seasoned team has more than 250 years of combined experience and projects throughout the country.
From new construction and site evaluation to long-standing, historic police departments, Miranda continually exceeds expectations on both large and small projects.
Construction is expected to start soon and be completed by 2024.
To follow along with the police department’s progress and other projects at Miranda Construction, visit mirandaconstruction.com.