Kirk Bus Maintenance Facility

This 6.7-acre facility was constructed in 1947 to provide a bus maintenance and storage facility.  Over the years, with the addition of wash house facilities and increased inspection and maintenance activities the site became severely strained.  These conditions resulted in more noise as buses were frequently moved to new locations on site for storage access. JMT provided project management, architecture, civil engineering, and mechanical and electrical engineering to replace the aging facility with a new $65 million complex. The design achieved LEED Silver certification and a MdQI Award of Excellence.

Type

New Bus Maintenance Complex

Size

100,000SF

Location

Baltimore, Maryland

Client

Maryland Transit Administration

Services

Architecture
Civil
Mechanical
Electrical Engineering
Project Management
Construction Administration