City Utilities of Springfield, the sole bus transportation system for the city of Springfield, needed to expand and implement a long-term acquisition of a larger fleet of vehicles. This required expansion of the bus storage barn and upgrades to the maintenance facilities.
The overall goal of the project was to bring under one roof the daily functions of CU’s bus transit system. This included fueling, fare retrieval, interior cleaning, bus queuing, bus storage, and bus maintenance.
The team at H approached the project utilizing an interactive planning and design process. After months of working with the various departments and the end-users of the facility, H proceeded with full construction documents, specifications, cost allocation plans, final budget, FTA Energy Assessment Documents and a detailed work-around plan.