Honey Brook Township selected Kimmel Bogrette to plan for a new Public Works garage to replace the aging shed behind the Township Administration building. Initial work for the project included: 1) Evaluating existing Township facilities; 2) Documenting programmatic needs for Public Works & Administration; 3) Developing options for meeting needs on the existing site (if possible) or on two sites; and 4) Determining the costs of the various options. After the design options and associated costs were presented, the decision was made to build a new Public Works facility at the existing site and demolish the existing Township building. A two-acre parcel across the street was purchased to be the site of a new Administration building. The two buildings now provide all of the Township’s services from one municipal campus.