Currently under construction, the new government complex for the County of Dinwiddie is expected to transform the look of the current county offices. The scope of work includes a pair of buildings to be built in the heart of Dinwiddie, as well as renovations of the current facility.
The new county administration building will be two stories tall, containing over 54,000 square feet within its walls, and serve as the state-of-the-art home of social services, Dinwiddie’s health department, the board of supervisor’s boardroom, a training room along with “building support and storage spaces” and children’s services on the first floor. Offices for county administration, human resources, finance, the county attorney, economic development, planning and zoning, the commissioner of revenue, treasurer would be located on the second floor, along with access to the geographic information system, or GIS, conference rooms and building support spaces.
The new public safety building will be a single story building featuring 23,000 square feet of space, representative of the community and architectural context of the Dinwiddie County, and will house fire, emergency services, law enforcement, communications and dispatch, along with emergency management and the county’s operations center.
Major Tenants — Dinwiddie County
Contract Value — $77,000