Public Works Administration Building
Planning for Current and Future Needs of the City
After completing a Feasibility Study for the Public Works Building, Mather Architects was awarded, through Design-Build, a contract to design a new Public Works Administration Building for the City of Harrisonburg.
Size: 25,465 s.f.
Client: City of Harrisonburg
E. Mosby Rd
Completion: Anticipated Completion – Spring 2024
Project Type: Government/Office
Partners: Harman Construction
The design is for a new 25,465 SF two-story facility. The exterior of this building will use a combination of split-face block (to look like limestone), prefinished Hardie panels, Hardie trim, and metal standing-seam roofing. All materials are very durable and long-lasting. The use of split-face block is intended to mimic the limestone of City Hall. Likewise, blue-tinted windows will mimic the windows used at City Hall.
The interior of this building will include ample office space for all the Public Works departments, which are
located in relationship to one another to maximize good communication and flow in the facility. Also included are locker rooms, a kitchen, conference rooms, storage, a Police Substation with a garage, and a Fire Department training room.
This building has been designed to provide plenty of space for the current and future needs of Harrisonburg City Public Works.
We are pleased to be continuing to provide design solutions for the City of Harrisonburg.
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