We Know What Works
We design public safety, training, and firearms facilities that prepare officers, citizens, and our military to respond to increasing and changing safety threats.
We offer our clients unparalleled expertise in the design and construction of firearms training facilities, shooting ranges, fire and police operations facilities and stations, vehicle training ranges, and emergency communications centers. Ranked as a Top 10 Military Design Firm by Building Design + Construction magazine, we partner with our clients in law enforcement, the military, and special operations to determine which training trends are most impacting their situation and develop solutions that enable them to train more effectively.
Our personal law enforcement service and enables us to understand your challenges and view each facility through the eyes of the client.Our team of more than 300 architects and engineers has developed an international reputation for expertise and customer service, demonstrated by our many long-term and repeat clients.
Recent News & Blog Posts
Clark Nexsen received a Bronze Award from OFFICER Magazine as part of their 2022 Officer Station Design Awards (OSDA) program for the Loudoun County Public Safety Firing Range. The program recognizes projects with outstanding architecture and design from law...
Clark Nexsen brings experience, expertise to Canadian Armed Forces facility upgrades at Dwyer Hill Training Center
Clark Nexsen, doing business as CNOBG Design Group PC, is bringing its experience and expertise to the ongoing upgrades at the Dwyer Hill Training Center facilities in Ottawa, Canada. Used by the Canadian Armed Forces, the $1 billion project – one of the largest Clark...
Danny Walker, AIA, DBIA, Principal, has been re-appointed to a one-year term as a member of the Volunteer Law Enforcement Officer Alliance (VLEOA) Board of Advisors. As part of the leadership of VLEOA, he will continue to help the organization assist and promote...
Modern Law Enforcement Firearms
Training Range and Training Facility Development Seminar
FREE | Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Regional Law Enforcement Training Center | Tuesday, June 11, 2024 8:00AM to 4:00PM PST
FREE | Haynes/Lacewell Police and Fire Training Facility | Tuesday, June 11, 2024 8:00AM to 4:00PM EDT
Because Clark Nexsen strongly believes that up-to-date training and education are vital aspects of every job, we invite you and an additional member of your training staff to be our guests at a FREE 1-day Seminar.
Please note: Registration limited to LEO or LE affiliates.
Space is limited. Click here for more information and to register!
For more than 30 years, our public safety experts have served law enforcement agencies and private citizens across the country by designing and renovating firing ranges. With architects and engineers that specialize in shooting range design, firearms training, police and fire stations, and critical communications centers, we understand the significance of these spaces in preparing our public safety officials to effectively serve. Additionally, we understand the funding constraints and regulatory nuances that vary from state to state, and we support our clients with an outside-the-box mindset to overcome these challenges.
We offer a team that has time and again delivered superior training venues for today’s military, public safety professionals, and private sector.
FLEXIBILITY FOR A CHANGING WORLD
In the face of increasing and ever-changing public safety threats, the scenarios for which officials must be prepared require effective, flexible training spaces. Firearms and public safety training facilities today must offer a high degree of flexibility to create a variety of training scenarios.
Our team designed the Close Quarters Combat (CQC) Training Facility for Special Operations Command – South with flexibility as a core design concept. This live fire training facility has separate training zones designed for multiple, simultaneous training exercises while also allowing reconfiguration for a single training exercise.
How can we help with your next project?
Call Michael Stilwell at 540.613.6687