The Williams County Highway Project is an 80,000 SF facility on 43 acres, built for the collaboration of multiple departments for Williams County. The project allows the Williams County Highway Department, Williams County Weed Control, and Williston Vector Control District to all be in one cohesive building and site with the ability to share common spaces. This complex consists of office space, a training room and large meeting hall, conference rooms, crew rooms, lockers, labs, storage space, and large shop and maintenance space for these departments. Aside of the main facility, the site consists of a cold storage building, fuel island, ample space for equipment and material storage, and a salt/sand storage structure. The building is organized with a primary south orientation to maximize views, solar heat gain in the winter, and comfortable entrances. The facility is organized with a central ‘hub’ for the majority of offices, meeting spaces, and shop bays, branching off of the main core. The design aesthetics focused on the longevity of materials, combining the industrial nature of the shops with an agricultural yet modern appeal that fit with the context and history of the site.