Joining the public works and maintenance departments; previously operating from separate, aged facilities since the incorporation of the City in 1990, the SeaTac Public Works and Parks Maintenance Facility is home to the crews responsible for infrastructure maintenance throughout the City of 27,000.

The City of SeaTac Maintenance & Operations facility optimizes a 5-acre site north of the SeaTac Airport to accommodate the public works and parks maintenance operations in a 4-building development. Within a limited budget, TCF sought to maximize storage and maintenance space within economical pre-engineered steel building systems. Although a mostly utilitarian campus aesthetic, the Admin/Crew building acts as a front door to the facility, incorporating a colorful custom steel entry canopy and upper dormers providing interior daylighting and a more civic appearance from the street.