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CaPo Chur.


Traffic Control Center, Cantonal police

Chur GR, Switzerland

Competition 1st prize 2021

Project 2022-

Start of construction 03-2023

Planned completion 07-2024, opening 08-2024


Canton Graubünden, vrepresented by the Hochbauamt Graubünden, Chur, Switzerland


Cantonal Police Graubünden, Chur, Switzerland

Architecture, General Planning

Comamala Ismail Architectes, Delémont, Switzerland

Team ZPF

Milad Amini, Emil Araktsijev, Fabian Hug, Sali Sadikaj, Remo Thalmann, Ann-Christin Westkamp

For organisational and operational reasons, the traffic bases of the cantonal police in Chur and Thusis will be merged into one new building. Already in 2016, a suitable plot of land was acquired for this purpose at the Chur South motorway junction, which is ideally located in terms of traffic strategy for efficient operation with rapid intervention times. The new building was launched as a pilot project as part of the "Green Deal" action programme and is being implemented as a lighthouse project in the area of sustainable construction.


The main goals of the new building project are operational optimisation and the provision of a future-oriented, flexibly usable infrastructure. At the same time, the project will meet today's legal requirements and regulations in terms of traffic, energy, environment and safety. The new traffic base gives the cantonal police a contemporary appearance and is a clear statement of sustainability.


The federal government and the cantons have set a framework in their climate strategies. The canton of Graubünden is going one step further. The basis is the "Green Deal Action Plan for Graubünden (AGD) - seizing the opportunities of climate change", which covers the areas of climate protection and climate adaptation and ensures that the curbing of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to climate change are tackled effectively and with the highest priority in terms of time.

© Comamala Ismail
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