Farragut Town Hall

Cope Architecture was asked to review and assess the existing spaces, mechanical and electrical system of the Town of Farragut’s Town Hall. The Farragut Town Hall is a two-story building which currently houses a satellite office for the Knox County Clerk, the Farragut Museum and three of the five Town of Farragut departments, including Administration, Engineering, and Community Development. In addition to offices, the Farragut Town Hall also has meeting rooms on both floors. The first floor includes a large meeting room which is used for Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting, Planning Commission
meeting, and Municipal Court, a large community meeting room which serves as a meeting room for staff and is used for voting during elections, and one smaller conference room. The second floor includes a small conference room. The Farragut Town Hall is approximately 23,897 square feet. Cope Architecture will develop a conceptual layout for interior building renovations and will review interior finishes to update the renovated and public facing areas.