This project included the design of a 3,210 square foot, concrete block and stucco U.S. Border Control and Customs building with standing seam metal roof on pre-engineered wood trusses. This new building’s design was intended to complement the existing Administration Building adjacent to this project. Hoyle Tanner developed the conceptual and preliminary design of the facility and followed through to the completed construction. We coordinated geotechnical testing and survey at the onset of the project and coordinated the design efforts between the Airport, Martin County, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol and the architect. Associated site work included the addition of two handicap and 14 general parking spaces, along with associated sidewalks and landscape.
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