The new Boone County Emergency Operations facility, to be run by the county and located at the back of the county’s facility property near the county jail and sheriffs annex, joins the forces of the previous city and county EOCs into an integrated facility that will serve the community for decades to come.
The J.W. “Blind” Boone Residence is a significant part of Columbia’s history. The recognition of this building lies not only in the memory of the native Missouri artist, pianist, and philanthropist John William Boone, but also in the history of the African-American community in Columbia.
Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Industrial, Project Architect: Dylan Powell, Parks & Recreation
PWA worked with the City of Columbia to design a new Fleet Operations Maintenance Building that would accommodate six to eight vehicles and be fully CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) compliant)
Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Project Manager: Shannen Imsland, Project Architect: Heidi Hyland, Public Safety
The new 12,826 sq. ft. fire station on Rock Hill Road in Jefferson City is a 1 story, 3-1/2-bay Craftsman-style building with two small mezzanines in the apparatus bay for storage.
PWA worked with Walker Parking Consultants/Engineers, Inc. on this 5-level parking garage located in downtown Columbia, Missouri. The Short Street garage includes 423 parking spaces, of which nine are designated for handicap parking.
Principal: Brad Wright, Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Project Manager: Eric Roselle, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Office, Sustainable Design
The Conservation Department wished to consolidate their two facilities into one to make their Columbia operations more efficient, consolidate research and management, and save them money over the long term.
PWA worked with Walker Parking Consultants/Engineers, Inc. on this 8-story parking structure located in downtown Columbia, Missouri. The parking garage has about 703 spaces and provides about 48 spaces of secure parking for Columbia police vehicles.
The City of Boonville, Missouri considered several options and then hired PWA and Counsilman-Hunsaker to develop the design for an outdoor leisure pool with a concessions building, bathhouse, shading canopies and a pump house.
PWA worked with the State of Missouri, roofing consultants and roofing contractors to complete the roofing replacement and parapet restoration project on the Missouri State Capitol Building.
Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Project Manager: Shannen Imsland, Renovation/Restoration, Public Safety
In 2007 the Holts Summit Fire Protection District enlisted PWA to develop an addition to and renovate the existing 3,800 square foot structure completed in 1990.
Formerly a part of the Kemper Military School, the historic 54,000 square foot Johnston Field House is currently home to the Boonslick Heartland YMCA and contains a cardio theater, weight room, aerobics room, 25-yard indoor pool, indoor batting cage, office space and 3 basketball courts.
Working closely with City of Rolla staff, PWA and their consultants developed a plan to renovate the existing 21,600 square foot city hall, originally constructed in 1948. The design for the new city hall added 6,900 square feet to the four-story masonry building.
PWA designed and oversaw the construction of this 4,500 square foot multipurpose office building and community center. PWA worked closely with the Moberly Housing Authority staff to develop a functional, energy efficient and environmentally sensitive design for this green building.
The 4,200 square foot Hannibal Housing Authority Office features a brick exterior with offices positioned on the exterior wall of the building, stair-stepped to take advantage of view, southern exposure and desirable winter solar gain.
This 7,700 square foot drive-through apparatus station was the beginning of something new for the Columbia Fire Department. A prototype station that meets the current and future needs of the community, Station No. 8 anchors the southeast region of the City of Columbia.
The Lake of the Woods Fire Station, best exemplifies the firm’s philosophy in small Fire Station design. Within it’s 7,654 square feet of enclosed space, you will find all the required functions for a station of this size including four bays for vehicular apparatus.
Midway Fire Station 9 kicked off the expansion of the Boone County Fire District. Completed in the summer of 2001 this station added 4 new apparatus bays and a residential living area that contains 8 sleeping rooms and a community room for use by the fire fighters and the general public.
This two-phase project, formerly an insurance claim center and mail distribution facility, now houses all of the administrative functions of the Fire District.