When the Borough of Millersville outgrew their current facilities, they asked Kimmel Bogrette to design a new Administrative and Police Building. The site for the new building was fairly small and situated amongst residential neighbors. The challenge was to site the building and parking in the most efficient way while respecting the aesthetic quality of the neighborhood. The new structure provides the Borough’s employees with improved infrastructure and much-needed space to accommodate their growing staff, which has doubled over the years. The building is split between Administrative and Police functions and helps to reorganize these departments to make them more efficient. The new building also features a large public meeting room and lobby space for town residents. The building is located in the heart of the Borough and, as such, the design respects the history of the town while providing an up-to-date image.