Birmingham, Ala., Mayor William Bell recently presented a $40 million plan to move the city’s police and fire headquarters, as well as the municipal court, to a public safety municipal complex in Ensley. The Birmingham public safety complex project calls for rehabilitating the 87-year-old Ramsay McCormack building for use by the municipal court and new buildings for police and fire departments. The plan also includes a public-private partnership (P3/PPP) to build a mixed-use development adjacent to the public safety complex. The P3 would create residential, retail and office space. A park and parking garage are also part of the project. City Council members expect to review a plan for the complex in January.