The City of Eloy Public Safety Facility project included select demolition, renovations, and new additions to the 16,462-square-foot existing police station and former City Hall in Eloy, AZ. The new facility featured a sally port, booking, processing, a holding area, property/evidence storage, gymnasium facilities, locker rooms, a briefing room, and secure parking. It also included office space for the police department, information technology personnel, and a communications center. The project included two phases. Phase I included interior demolition and the abatement of the existing city hall, courts, administration, and finance department. This phase also included the reconstruction of the 7,800-square-foot interior for police use. Phase II included the demolition of the old police station and the construction of a 9,200-square-foot addition to the remaining building. The buildings were constructed on a concrete foundation supported by footings with a masonry and structural steel frame, an exterior of stained masonry and an exterior insulation finishing system, and a spray-applied foam roof.