Construction Underway for Expansion of Carmel Police Department Headquarters, New Home for Carmel City Court and Clerk

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August 19, 2022

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel officially broke ground on a new building project that will provide an expanded Carmel Police Department headquarters and a new home for the Carmel City Court and Clerk’s Office. City Council President Kevin Rider was joined by Envoy Construction’s Rich Taylor, Police Chief Jim Barlow and Judge Brian Poindexter at the groundbreaking on Thursday.

The project, located on South Range Line Road and Gradle Drive, will help meet the pressures of the ever-growing city for generations to come. This renovation and building addition will effectively triple the original capacity of the existing structure and provide space for future growth.  

“I want to thank the Mayor, Council and all those who worked hard to get this project going,” said Kevin “Woody” Rider, City Council President. “This building behind me was built in 1988 when our population was 18,000 to 40,000 people. Today we are at more than 100,000 and the new building will serve our residents today and for the next 50 years.”

“Envoy is honored to be a part of this important project to support one of the top law enforcement agencies and city court systems in the state of Indiana,” said Rich Taylor of Envoy Companies. “This project will deliver cutting edge technology and space for officers and staff members of all the departments while will proudly call this their home office.”

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