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DBR's government portfolio demonstrates our experience with a wide range of municipal, state, and federal facilities. We work closely with government agencies to understand their missions and how each facility will support their work efficiently. Our experience includes new and renovated City Halls, Courthouses, Police, Fire Stations, and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Stations, as well as many others that perform vital functions for the communities we live in.

Government facilities are under constant scrutiny to do more with less. Our engineers understand this challenge and have worked together with a wide range of government organizations to ensure the right balance is struck between efficiency and functionality. Furthermore, our engineering solutions promote forward-thinking and positive growth that distinguishes each municipalities’ identity.


Franklin Mountains State Park Visitor Center

El Paso, Texas

City of Midland Fire Station No. 5

Midland, Texas

Police Department – Regional Command Center

El Paso, Texas

Williamson County ESD No. 4 Fire Station No. 2

Liberty Hill, Texas

Government of Jamaica – Houses of Parliament

Kingston, Jamaica

Harris County Fire Station ESD 9

Cypress, Texas

Klein ISD Police Station

Houston, Texas

Crosby Fire Stations No. 1 & No. 2

Crosby, Texas

Conroe Police and Court Facility

Conroe, Texas

Spring Valley City Hall & Police Station

Spring Valley, Texas

Hedwig Village Police Station

Houston, Texas

The Woodlands Central Fire Station

The Woodlands, Texas

Portland City Hall

Portland, Texas

San Antonio Water System (SAWS) – Northside & Westside Operation Center

San Antonio, Texas

The Woodlands Fire Station No. 6

The Woodlands, Texas

City of League City Public Safety Building

League City, Texas

Terrell Hills City Hall

Terrell Hills, Texas

Champions Area Volunteer Fire & EMS Station

Houston, Texas

Cypress Creek EMS (Charles R. Hooks Education Center, Community Center and Station No. 9)

Cypress, Texas

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