From the minute they sign on to a project, they take ownership of it

Robin Platt, Cushman & Wakefield

We are working with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to help prevent auto thefts. Parker Brown did a 21,200 square foot tenant improvement project for the sheriff’s department at 18500 Mountain Avenue in Monrovia.

The building houses the Sheriff’s TRAP (Taskforce Regional Auto theft Prevention) program. We completed work on an office, secure storage and auto work area. The building also has a training facility and auto storage area.

This is the third project with the sheriff’s department for Parker Brown and Project Manager Kevin McLean. Andrew Kil from Corbel was the architect. Fred McGinn was our supervisor on the job.