Booth Old & New 

(Scroll down for progress photos)

Above: Tuxedo Park’s first “manned” booth, and in the company of a beautiful young lady!

Above: Tuxedo Park’s new “manned” booth Posted November 2018


Design Drawings 

2D Drawings

3D Tour


Steel Safety Cage Drawings – click here

Village Booth Construction Progress Photos

Posted February 10, 2021

Above: Front view

Above: Sterling Electric discussing his requirements with Jody and John Ledwith

Above: View through the rear toward the front of the booth.

January 28 & 29, 2021

Above: Front View

Above: View from northwest

Above: Artisan Welder Jody Zero is working on framing out the walls. He will be ready to move the project along the assembly line to the next fabricator for fitting out the steel cage interior and exterior walls.

Above: Jody pauses a moment for the camera

January 22, 2021

Above: The roof plate and framing – side view.

Above: The roof plate and framing – front view.

Posted November 3, 2020

Construction Begins 

Above: “First Cut” – Steel ceiling/roof plate fabrication piece.

Project Meeting & Construction – 12/2/2020

Today the major players met in the Village Hall to coordinate the new footing slab and the steel frame. Left to right: Jeff Voss DPW Superintendent, Michal Quinn Schnabel Engineering, Mayor Mac, Jeff Gunderman, Carpenter for S&B Total Home Care, Daniel Haglund DPW Working Leader, Jody Zero JZ Welding.  Present but not in photo: John Ledwith Village Capital Projects, Bill Fairclough S&B Total Homecare



Above: Post-meeting we gathered at the existing slab to double-check vehicle clearance, water runoff, and drainage coming down Tuxedo Road toward Rt. 17.

Above: Finally, we met at Jody’s warehouse & shop to review the steel cage configuration. This picture of the base of the bullet-proof steel cage gives you a good idea of the size of the interior of the booth. The booth can accommodate two officers comfortably.

Above: Here we are confirming the dimensions and the framing for the handicap door.

Above: Jody shows us the steel plates and tubing that will make up the exterior framing.

Posted – Posted November 2018

Below: Balsawood model of steel safety cage design.

According to FEMA guidelines, a direct crash into the steel cage by a vehicle (that bypasses the bollards) will sustain stops a 2,430-pound vehicle moving at 40 miles per hour. That is comparable to a C40 barrier rating. The booth is also protected by five bollards. The bollards have a K4 / ASTM M30 rating considered Medium Security. K4 rated bollards stop a 15,000-pound vehicle moving 30 miles per hour.

Design Drawings 

2D Drawings

3D Tour


Steel Safety Cage Drawings – click here

Above: Front elevation – Entering from Rt. 17.

Above: Front – Bottom view.

Above: Rear view – Leaving the Park from Tuxedo Road.

Above: Roof

Above: Existing Conditions – This is where the last booth was located. As you know, it was demolished. The size of the new booth almost doubles the square footage and is larger then the area currently used by our officers working in the Keep.


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