The new Shelter Insurance North Campus Facility consists of warehouse paper and paper goods storage with loading docks, administrative offices, open office space, large and small meeting/conference/training rooms, specialized printing, and mail rooms. The facility also has a basement Data Center, break rooms, rest rooms, miscellaneous mechanical rooms, and other support spaces.
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 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.
The City of Boonville teamed with PWArchitects to produce a Feasibility Study for the expansion of Boonville Fire Station Number 1 in order to serve the growing needs of the quickly expanding community.
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.
This 3-bay, 7,900 square foot, LEED Siver certified fire station provides for the comfort of up to 8 firefighters per shift with a kitchen, dining room, living room, firefighter bunk room, men and women bath facilities, officer quarters, laundry room, exercise room, watch room, and a patio.