providing innovative design ideas to help our clients achieve their strategic goals

Sylvester Public Safety Building & Fire Department

Sylvester, GA

New 1-story 11,940 square foot Fire Department Headquarters.  Includes 6 drive-through truck bays, sleeping quarters, kitchen and dining, and administrative offices. SRJ Architects provided full Architectural and Engineering services for the entire scope of the project.

Sylvester Police Department

Sylvester, GA

This 12,002 square foot, two-story building serves as a local police facility.  It was designed to promote the city’s Community-Oriented Policing concept.  The center is also equipped with emergency power and computer connections to function as a local emergency management center.  SRJ Architects provided full Architectural, Interior Design and Engineering services for the entire scope of the project.

Worth County Public Library

Sylvester, GA

This project included a Master Plan, Lighting & Flooring Renovation. Phase 1: This project involved replacement of existing lighting with new energy efficeint indirect lighting within the public spaces. Phase 2: This project involved flooring replacement thoughout the building that included new resilient flooring and carpet.  This phase also included restroom renovations.

Worth County Community Center

Sylvester, GA

Designed as a single cost-effective solution to address a number of needs, the Worth County Community Center is located near the campus of Worth County High School.

With 9,975 square feet of usable space which can be quickly reconfigured for one large group or several small ones, this multi-purpose structure can be utilized for education purposes during weekdays and community functions evenings and weekends.

Commercial & Public Sector

Public sector institutions and agencies by definition exist to serve citizens, and the structures that house them should be designed to further that goal.

SRJ-designed public buildings are on a human scale. The goal is to create an environment that helps the institutions they house serve their constituencies while never losing sight of the convenience of those who work there.

Our planning and design process always draws from the various parties involved, distilling their input down to the essentials that go into creating spaces that reflect their goals and allow them to best serve their public.