NAC Architecture – in collaboration with THA Architecture – was selected to design the expansion of the United States General Services Administration (GSA) Pacific Highway Port of Entry along the Canadian-United States border as part of the agency's Design Excellence Program. Located in Blaine, Washington, the port of entry houses the GSA and six other federal agencies responsible for inspecting vehicle traffic crossing the border. The facility serves as the official point of welcome for returning citizens, visitors and immigrants and also functions to deter illegal movement of people and materials.
2005 Merit Award, AIA Portland
2000 Honor Award, U.S. General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service