Camp Hill Borough Building
Camp Hill, PA

Bink was selected for the first borough hall in 1963, when the Borough converted the firehouse on Market Street to offices. When Camp Hill outgrew those quarters, they selected a small tapered site adjacent to the new fire station. The program for three separate functions required buildingto the lot lines onthree sides, a large municipal parking lot across the street, with separate entrances for police administration and community hall with catering kitchen.

To unify the plan an interior “street” was envisioned which organized the entries and building massing into a town square. Subsequent additions and renovations for the volunteer fire company enhanced the new Town Center concept to a “new” Camp Hill context. All interior material require minimal maintenance and include high quality fiberglass trim work and columns. Energy efficient systems with full data, telecom and emergency power for crisis situations are integrated.


  • Lower Paxton Township - Master Plan and Design

  • Camp Hill Fire Company - New 5,000 sf addition & 7,000 sf renovation

  • Lower Allen Fire Company - Renovations and new 3,400 sf addition

  • Camp Hill Public Works Building - New 7,500sf of Garage & Maintenance Bldg

  • Chamber Hill Fire Company - Master Plan and Design

  • Camp Hill Borough Administration,Community and Police Headquarters - New 15,000 sf Police Headquarters, Municipal offices and Community Meeting Hall

  • Camp Hill Borough Administration Building and Police Headquarters - 3 story addition, complete renovation and new mechanical electrical

  • PA Association of Boroughs - New Addition

  • Lower Allen Township - Fire Dept Garage Renovations

  • Shiremanstown Borough - Renovations Study New Building Analysis

  • Township of Derry Police Headquarters - New Office Bldg, Site studies and Prelim design

  • Lower Paxton Township - Community Use Alterations

  • Lower Paxton Township - Maintenance Building

  • Lower Paxton Township Sewer Authority Office

  • Middletown Borough Building Major Addition

  • PA Association of Boroughs Renovations

  • Lower Paxton Township Community Use Additions

  • Camp Hill Borough Garage Building

  • Hampden Township Municipal Bldg New Municipal Building

  • Lower Allen Township New Complex - Feasibility Study

I found Harrison to be an out standing professional who’s designs are what his clients not only want but need. As a Architect, Harrison listens to both what the client is saying as well as what they don’t say which results in a final project all can and are proud of.
— E J Knittel, Senior Director of Education & Sustainability