Chesapeake Utilities approached Tevebaugh Architecture to create a vision for consolidating the operations of four separate offices, two storage facilities, a maintenance and materials supply yard, and a compressed natural gas filling station onto a new 20-acre campus in Dover, Delaware.

The result was a new flagship facility for their companies that included a 55,000 SF modern office that prioritized daylighting and flexibility, as well as a new, state-of-the-art 36,000 SF warehouse and logistics center with a 10,000 SF vehicle storage facility.

The project features sustainable design concepts and systems, flexible storage and efficient racking, dock levelers and a custom weather protection canopy, as well as a drive-through bridge-crane bay for loading heavy equipment.


Chesapeake Utilities and Eastern Shore Natural Gas


Dover, DE


Warehouse: 36,000 SF
Vehicle Canopy: 10,000 SF


High-density Racking
Logistics for multiple operations under one roof
Seamless Integration of Secure Areas
Optimized Consolidation of Operations
Integrated Fitness Center and Locker Rooms


Pre-Design and Planning
Branding and Architecture Integration
Planning & Programming Coordination
Sustainability Consulting
Construction Documents
Critical Infrastructure Design
Threat Assessment and Mitigation
Construction Administration

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