The Town of Gilbert Public Safety Training Facility project included the new construction and an 18-acre, 150,000-square-foot village-style tactical training campus for police and fire and a 36-acre tactical drive training area located in Gilbert, AZ. The facility provides long-term support for Gilbert’s public safety training needs and regional training efforts. The tactical training campus features an amphitheater, locker rooms, administrative offices, classrooms, a three-bay mock fire station, several burn buildings, and indoor shooting ranges with traditional lanes and a custom streetscape. The adjacent tactical drive training area consists of a driving course, an evasive maneuver course, and a driving skills pad within a retention area that is part of an easement granted to the Town of Gilbert by the Maricopa County Flood Control District. The facility was constructed on a concrete foundation supported by footings, a structural frame consisting of load-bearing masonry, mild reinforced steel concrete, and steel, a masonry and metal panel exterior, and a tile metal panel roof.