Provo City Hall & Public Safety Building

Provo City   Provo, UT

project size

162,000 sf

project contact

Brent Tippets, AIA

partner architect



In Progress


2014 Honor Award | American Society of Landscape Architects – Utah

2013 People’s Choice Award | IIDA Best Awards

2013 Citation Award | IIDA Best Awards

2013 Selected for Publication | Utah Style and Design Magazine.



The new Provo City Hall and Public Safety building will replace an aging 40 year-old facility and will form a new civic hub and gateway to the downtown core. The 162,000 square-foot structure will house city administration departments, city council chambers, mayor’s office, customer service, emergency dispatch, E.O.C., police department functions and fire department administration. The building is to be positioned on the central downtown transportation artery and will be anchored to the urban grid via a civic entry plaza. The city of Provo has high sustainability aspirations and has set a goal of achieving an energy positive building. This facility is being positioned to be a functional, innovative, durable, resilient and sustainable city campus to serve Provo for decades to come.