Williamson County Highway Department2
Williamson County Highway Department1
Williamson County Highway Department
Williamson County Highway Department3

Williamson County Highway Department

This five-building, 51,000 sf campus located on a 16-acre site south of Franklin, Tennessee, provides the Williamson County Highway Department with a state of the art maintenance facility and new administrative offices.

The administration building houses both administrative offices and foreman offices and a large highway department board meeting room. The maintenance building houses seven service bays, a ten-ton overhead traveling bridge crane that travels over three bays, a maintenance pit located in one bay and two vehicle lifts. The foreman’s office and parts storage is centrally located, allowing the foreman visual supervision of the maintenance bays from his office. This facility also houses a dispatch room where the staff assembles for briefings and assignments, a sign shop and storage rooms.

The campus features a shed to protect the road trucks, fuel storage, fuel dispensing facilities, and the original tanks from the existing site that were refurbished and relocated by the owner. The quarry equipment building is specially designed to store and maintain a large, continuous tracked tractor used in quarry operations.
Other than the administrative building, the remaining buildings are pre-engineered structures with an exterior skin comprised of a brick wainscot matching the brick on the administrative building, metal panels and standing seam metal roofs.
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