MTA's Maintenance Operations Moving to Old Peterbilt Plant

Thursday, March 08, 2012 10:04:00 AM

 HCCI was awarded the contract for the new Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Maintenance Building. Work began in mid-February at the old Peterbilt manufacturing plant located on Myatt Drive in Madison, Tennessee. The project will consist of interior and exterior improvements to the existing facility, including demolition of existing elements, new CMU and framed walls, new interior finishes and fixtures, upgrades to the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and sprinkler systems, overhead door installation, canopy additions, new fencing, and site work improvements adjacent to the building and along Myatt Drive.

MTA is splitting the Peterbilt plant with Metro Nashville Government and will take approximately 172,000 square feet of the shop floor. The new maintenance facility will feature new bus washers, a body shop with paint booth, transmission and brake shop, parts and shipping area, and administrative support offices in order to serve as a full service bus maintenance facility. The project is expected to be complete by September 2012.

Key partners include: EOA Architects, Transystems (Civil & Structural Engineer), Hawkins Partners, Inc. (Landscape Design), Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing), nFusion Design Studio, LLC (Interior Design).

 
 
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