Joint Port of Entry

Oroville, Washington and Osoyoos, B.C.

This project houses a variety of different functions that have disparate physical requirements. The arrangement of the building consolidated most of these functions into relatively simple masses. This approach visually simplified the building organization into an understandable arrangement.

A north-south shed roof over the entire length of the Port Building covers the entire second floor. This roof provides shelter over all of the primary inspection lane booths. East-west elements are limited to one-story high and are covered by flat roofs.