Williamson County North Maintenance Campus Additions
Williamson County is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. County officials are continuously making improvements to provide for the residents they serve, including the Maintenance Division’s new North Campus. Fuse teamed up with BLGY Architects on the project, which consisted of seven new buildings and structures, including an EMS training facility, a warehouse for emergency vehicle supplies, a wireless communications office building and associated shop area, a vehicle inspection building, a impounded vehicle storage facility, and a fueling area. Fuse was responsible for the design of two buildings and two parking structures: the wireless communications building, vehicle inspections building, emergency vehicle storage facility, and high-security impounded vehicle facility.
Technology / Industrial
The wireless communications building design incorporated visual access from the supervisor’s office and a shop area adjacent to the maintenance bays. In addition, the maintenance bays were designed to accommodate the fire department’s largest vehicles, which regularly undergo technology repairs and are fitted with new technology.
Design & Construction Facts
Fuse utilized the same design consulting team, building details, and specifications as BLGY to ensure that the two buildings and two parking structures they designed fit into the campus design context. The project was delivered Construction Manager-at-Risk. Vaughn Construction, the Construction Manager, offered feedback on Fuse’s design solutions for feasibility and cost.