The new Richland City Hall is being constructed adjacent to the existing city administration facility in a reclaimed federal parking lot formerly used by the GSA. The existing facility was demolished so that the high visibility corner could be re-purposed for economic development. The 43,000 sf, three-story facility will consolidate services currently housed in three buildings. The new facility will house municipal administrative and service-related agencies and provide one-stop convenience for the public for billings and permits. The project is of a mid-century modern style to capture the history and spirit of Richland civic architecture.
Civic, Landscape Architecture