Some say no basement in DeKalb police station is design flaw
DeKALB – Some members of the DeKalb City Council raised concerns Monday about the lack of a basement in the new DeKalb police station.
The issue surfaced while a representative from PSA Dewberry, the architecture firm in charge of designing the $12 million building, as well as a construction manager and city officials, gave the council an update on the building’s design phase.
Mayor Kris Povlsen said he is worried about where furnaces, ductwork and heating and air conditioning will be without a basement.
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