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84 Monument to the Rhode Island State Police By Benjamin Victor

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85 Expression The face is the most expressive aspect of the human figure. A complex array of emotions is seen in only the greatest works in art history. While it takes great skill to create an accurate portrayal of the human face, it takes even greater skill to create a portrayal of the human face that expresses the wide range of emotions that our psyche is capable of. An artist that can reach this pinnacle in portraiture will create works that seem to have a soul. The artwork is elevated beyond mere accuracy and can capture viewers causing them to identify and empathize with the sculpture. For my portrait of the Rhode Island State Trooper I wanted to capture the courage in his eyes, bravery in his strong brow and jaw, and dedication to duty in his tightly pressed lips and slightly flexed chin. Adding complexity to these emotions is the subtle raising of the inner sides of his eyebrows. This gives him a look of concern, as a metaphor for the protection and public service that the Rhode Island State Police provide.

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Physical Characteristics The New Headquarters Facility has a total building square footage of 56,384. Square footage portion dedicated to E-911 Administration and Telecommunications Center is 7,900 SF. State Police Square Footage dedicated to Administrative Offices, Detective and Uniformed Personnel, Dispatch, Criminal Identification Unit, Financial Crimes, transitional prisoner processing and holding is 48,484 SF. 87

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State of the Art State of the art systems including but not limited to the latest technologies for communications, emergency dispatch, traffic management feeds from highway cameras, along with an energy efficient facility related the LEED Silver Certification that the Building has been designed for. Additionally, all critical systems are designed to operate during power disruptions to assure public safety. 88

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89 LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) LEED Silver Certification is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED buildings are designed to have an immediate and measurable impact on a buildings’ performance by promoting a whole-building approach to sustainability and recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

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Team Players for Design and Construction Project Oversight: Rhode Island Department of Administration, Capital Projects Division and the Rhode Island State Police Construction Steering Committee. Architect: RGB Architects, Providence Rhode Island. Contractor: A. F Lusi Construction, Smithfield, Rhode Island. Project Management: W. E. Marchetti Consulting, LLC, Warwick, Rhode Island. 90

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