Located in the heart of Lancaster County Amish country, this project demonstrates Kimmel Bogrette’s approach to good stewardship of the environment. It was originally thought that the site didn’t have enough space for a new municipal facility and the adjacent water treatment plant. We demonstrated that the two could co-exist, with the municipal facility promoting a public face while screening the treatment plant behind. This design preserved open space in a rural community. The municipal facility includes township business offices, a 150-seat Town Hall and a four-bay maintenance facility. These spaces are grouped in a rural composition of three linked structures. This project was awarded the 2000 Honor Award for Excellence in Architectural Design from AIA Philadelphia.