Laramie County Public Works Facility

  • Client

    • Laramie County Planning and Development Office
  • Project Type

  • Opened/Completed

    • 2011
  • Area

    • 32,986 ft²
  • Cost

    • $6,813,364

Design Achievement - The new Laramie County Public Works Facility, relocated from Cheyenne to a new County Government Campus at the Archer Complex, is situation on an 850 acres master-planned campus. This project was part of the larger master planning and implementation project completed by DLR Group team members for the County the year before. DLR Group's design improved operational efficiencies between staff members and departments within this consolidated complex. Ultimately the design saves time, travel and money with all County services co-located on one campus. Sustainable building design features include natural light & daylight harvesting, natural ventilation thru operable windows, optimized energy performance via evaporative cooling, water efficient landscaping, and controllability of lighting and thermal comfort systems. 

Scope Summary - Phase I of the Facility Includes 51,000 SF of main buildings with an entry lobby, conference room, open office workspace, administrative offices, IT room, bulk equipment storage, mechanical and electrical rooms, break room, briefing room, receiving, tire storage, parts and tool storage, public restrooms, men's and women's locker rooms, 16 vehicle maintenance bays and a detached salt storage building. Phase II includes a detached covered parking structure with block heater receptacles, spreader storage, truck ramp (loading dock) and general outside storage. DLR Group provided architecture, engineering, planning, and interiors services for this project.

Laramie County Public Works Facility

Laramie County Planning and Development Office

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