Buchart Horn Architects
 When the City of Bartlett built a new library at the Bartlett Station Municipal Center, the administration,   seeking increased operational efficiency, decided to relocate and consolidate several interdependent administrative operations into the vacated facility, providing more convenient services to the public and to the municipality.  To maximize the improvements, the city initially requested an investigation into the feasibility of converting the former library into a City Hall Annex. Based on Buchart Horn Architects programming evaluation and report, the 12,400-SF former library was renovated and re-designed to house the City's Code Enforcement, Engineering, and Planning Departments.  Buchart Horn Architects provided all programming; architecture; structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering; specifications; cost estimating; and construction administration services on the project.

City of Bartlett | City Hall Annex Renovations