This paper is a report on an architectural programming case study. Pamlico County government offices, which are scattered throughout the Town of Bayboro, North Carolina, U.S.A., the county seat, are the subject of this case study. The project has a three-phase framework. In the first phase, existing office spaces and their locations were evaluated in terms of interdepartmental interactions, workplace satisfaction and environmental comfort of the staff. In the second phase, data to determine future workplace needs were collected. The third phase involved decision-making in light of the conclusions attained in the previous two phases.