The Seabrook Public Works and Animal Control Complex is a multi-building project that was completed early August 2017 and features steel structures and paneling with brick facades.
The complex replaced the former public works building which was a dilapidated metal building. The city of Seabrook passed a 8.55 million dollar bond in 2014 to improve the quality of life and safety for the city’s residents, in which funds were allocated for the long-awaited complex.
According to Brian Craig, City Engineer
and Assistant Public Works Director, “this location is a backup
Emergency Operations Center site, staff storm weathering
location as well as staff housing” when natural disasters strike.
Of the 32,000 square foot property, the city has also expanded the
animal control department to include an animal shelter and
The new complex was a far cry from the former facility, and with the
nearing threat of Hurricane Harvey, the city granted them a
temporary certificate of occupancy to move in earlier than planned.
While the staff admired how well the building withstood the hurricane,
they are excited to see what the future holds for their facility and how
it will benefit the public.
1100 Red Bluff Rd
Seabrook, TX 77586
|Owner||City of Seabrook|
Roof panel: Weather Lok-16
Wall panel: Super Span X
Framing: Red Oxide Primer