The site is located in Greenville, North Carolina
NC Dept. of Transportation DMV/State Highway Patrol Office
JKF ARCHITECTURE was selected by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NC DOT) for the design of this 20,000 SF building, to be located on NC Highway 264 in Greenville, NC. When complete, this facility will serve as a joint center of operations for the local DMV, License and Theft, as well as State Highway Patrol. Many of the operations that will be included in this building, such as State Highway Patrol, have regional responsibilities/jurisdictions that impact the entire Eastern North Carolina region. JKF ARCHITECTURE effectively worked with all the various stakeholders to develop a design solution that helps each organization, as well as auxiliary units, achieve its mission. The project is currently on schedule, with completion targeted for 2019.
The building will include a central lobby for visitors, with modern wayfinding to enhance customer service. Each stakeholder group has its own area equipped with offices, bathrooms, meeting space, armory (where applicable). The building also has a large flexible meeting space, which can host a variety of large-scale function, including serving as a base of operations during emergencies. The project also includes the construction of a 10,000 SF pre-engineered metal building adjacent to the primary facility, which will serve as an automotive workshop for all the stakeholder groups. The land also includes small storage sheds for supplies, fuel distribution depot, and large CDL track.