JTM was the successful low bid contractor on this complex public facility. The project consists of construction of two very distinct building types and styles. There was also the challenge of a separate architect for each building on one site. The Administration building is a 15,000 SF two-story steel structure designed with metal siding and exposed concrete floors. This building houses the City of Bothell Public Works administration staff and also serves as a home base for the field crew locker rooms and lunch areas. The building has received a LEED Silver rating from the USGBC. At the same time, JTM constructed a 21,500 SF tilt-up concrete shop structure. This building features a 30’ overhang covering 14 roll-up doors to house and service the City’s fleet of trucks. The building also houses a truck wash, metal shop, wood shop, herbicide mixing area, sign shop, and Street department storage. The building has an impressive volume of space inside that accommodates a mezzanine level that material can be hoisted into from below, expanding their storage capabilities for all the things that keep a city running smoothly. The site is situated in reclaimed wetland and offers workers a wooded view.