Officials at Hanover Township wanted a contemporary and eye-catching building that would incorporate green design features and fulfill the Township’s current and future needs for space and functionality. Kimmel Bogrette’s design features a forward-thinking, two-story building for administrative offices, a lobby and public meeting room for up to 75 people, as well as a one-story public works garage. Sustainable design features include a green roof over the administration wing and solar panels over the public works garage, as well as solar-powered site lighting and LED lighting. A meadow with native, perennial flowers, shrubs and wild grasses will frame the two buildings, improving the quality of water runoff and reducing maintenance efforts. The administrative interiors feature vaulted ceilings, numerous large windows and stone accents.