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KCBA Architects was selected to undertake a feasibility study for the renovation and expansion of the Upper Merion Township Building in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As the architects of a major expansion and renovation of the building in 1989, KCBA is delighted to continue our long-term relationship with this client and revisit our original planning and design strategies.
The study consists of assessing the condition of the existing facility, working with the Township to discover their needs and develop a viable program and budget, and creating multiple conceptual solution options. The effort will encompass all major building areas and departments including Administrative, Police, Library, Public Works, Safety and Codes Enforcement, Parks and Recreation, and Information Technology.
In addition, the township requested that KCBA include a green building alternate as part of our study. Tasks for this component include conducting a workshop to introduce township stakeholders to potential sustainable building options and working together to incorporate those deemed practical into the building program.