Riverstone Police Station

Quick Facts:

CLIENT: Brookfield Johnson Controls
ARCHITECT: Gardner Wetherill & Associate

  • Parking for 51 cars (the majority of which is undercover)
  • Vehicle examination bay
  • Car wash bay
  • Secure garages
  • Two fire stairs and a lift core
  • External fa├žade finishes with terracotta cladding, split-faced block, and aluminium-framed curtain wall
  • Meals room and kitchen
  • Training and briefing rooms
  • Open-plan offices
  • Van dock


Project Details:

Lahey was engaged to construct an innovative new police station for Riverstone, while protecting and refurbishing an existing heritage-listed building.
The early works phase of this project involved the demolition of existing garages, awnings, a carpark structure and internal fencing.

The new police station operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has the capacity for 63 (major shift) personnel on a rotational basis. It houses general duties, highway patrol, local task force groups, local area command, the forensics service group, and detectives. To facilitate this, Lahey helped deliver a three-storey, open plan structure that maximises visibility and workflow.



  • Suite 2.08, 55 Miller St, Pyrmont, NSW 2009

  • lahey@lahey.com.au

  • (02) 9509 3333