Exterior design elements utilize economical wood trusses and walls while providing an inexpensive, decorative exterior of metal wall panels and various colors of masonry. Additional glass at the conference room offers an open, inviting entry to both surveyor divisions.
Interior finishes include durable materials such as concrete floors and vinyl composition tile, and energy-efficient lighting. Radiant heating, a trench drain system with oil separation, and an exhaust ventilation system are also utilized. The overall appearance of the building achieves a distinctive design style at an economical price.
The first of three projects included a new sloped, wood truss roof in place of the membrane, flat roof on the existing portion of the building. Several roof problems were eliminated while resulting in a dramatic improvement to the aesthetics of the building.
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