Sisseton-Wahpeton Housing Authority Office Building

This project is an 8,500 square foot office building for the Sisseton Wahpeton Housing Authority. The building was completed in the fall of 2007 and had an estimated cost of $1,400,000. The building was designed to meet the current needs of the Housing Authority while providing room for expansion for possible future needs. The building design features an area of the building that will house a corporation which will function as a separate work group. Spacious offices, a large conference room, a workout room with showers, and a generous break room help to make this a comfortable and desirable work environment.

A standing seam metal roof and steel siding were used for durability, aesthetics and low maintenance. In keeping with the desire for low operational costs, the HVAC system is a ground source heat pump that will provide efficient heating and cooling for many years.

The site is a corner lot in front of the existing maintenance shop and was utilized to provide good access to the shop as well as easy access for the public. The building is situated high on the lot to assist drainage, to avoid ground water, to give the building presence, and to provide panoramic views of the surrounding prairie.


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