State Rep. Martin J. Sweeney (D-Cleveland) today announced that over $1 million in state funding has been awarded for renovations and remodeling of the State Highway Patrol Post in Brook Park.


“Investing in modern renovations will provide our troopers with an efficient, state-of-the-art headquarters,” said Rep. Sweeney. “When I came to Columbus, I was on the lookout for opportunities to improve our district. This is an excellent project that will greatly enhance our public safety infrastructure.”


The Sterling Professional Group was selected to complete the renovations based on their qualifications and acceptable manner on prior work with the Department of Public Safety. After completing an engineering analysis, the facility will receive new floors, lighting and acoustic wall carpet.


The Brook Park facility – which hasn’t undergone a major renovation in fourteen years – is home to the Highway Patrol’s district headquarters, patrol post, the Ohio Investigative Unit and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles Investigations.


Rep. Sweeney represents the 14th Ohio House District, serving Cleveland, Parma Heights, Middleburg Heights, Brook Park and Brooklyn. 

 
 
 
  
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