The Denitrification Building at Port Jervis Wastewater Facilities consists of a concrete lower floor structure with a steel frame upper floor and roof structure. A face brick veneer and metal sloping roofs with a 7/12 pitch similar has been proposed to match existing adjacent buildings. Windows provide natural light into the large interior spaces with sizes and configurations comparable to those found within the surrounding context.
B. Thayer Associates is serving as Architect of Record for the new 2-story, 12,000 s.f. building, providing:
Our architects minimized the visual impact of the exterior design on the surrounding community, while also taking into consideration the industrial function of the building by maintaining comparable scale, proportions and aesthetic character.