We are excited to see our design of the City of Manor Public Works Department’s new office building take shape. The nearly 5,000 square-foot building houses offices, training spaces, a laboratory, support spaces, and meter/parts storage. The contemporary design is intended to relate to the city’s recent city hall expansion. The single sloped roof allows for high windows in the training and laboratory spaces as well as for future rainwater collection.
The project is part of a larger $18 million expansion to the Wilbarger Creek wastewater treatment plant. The general contractor for both the plant and office building is Excel Construction Services. The prime consultant and City Engineer for Manor is Jay Engineering. Jay engineering brought Heimsath Architects to provide the architectural services necessary for the office building.