2007 - 2009 / Wilmette, Illinois

Village of Wilmette Public Works Facility Expansion

Client

Village of Wilmette 2007 - 2009 / Wilmette, Illinois

Services

Architecture
MEPFP Engineering
Structural Engineering

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The Village of Wilmette, in an effort to improve the quality and efficiency of their Public Works operations, commissioned Epstein to provide architectural design and engineering services for the expansion of their existing 15,000 square foot facility at 711 Laramie Avenue. The expansion project consists of a 5,000 square foot administration building and a 5,000 square foot wash bay building.

The administration building accommodates offices and open work station areas for supervisors and superintendents from the streets, forestry, water and sewer departments. The wash bay building can accommodate four trucks simultaneously and two of the wash bays are automatic while the remaining two are manual. The wash bay equipment has been specified with a unique water recycling system.

The building has also been designed with a translucent clerestory to maximize natural light and minimize electrical energy usage and achieved LEED-NC Gold.

Awards

Patron of the Year
2010, Chicago Architecture Foundation

Distinguished Building Award
2013, American Institute of Architects (Chicago Chapter)

Offices

Chicago