Centered in downtown Moses Lake, the building was designed to serve as a transportation hub for bus service (local and intercity), car pools, taxis, pedestrians, and bicyclists, including a park and ride lot. The first floor contains a waiting area for transit patrons and a multifunctional community room, providing a gathering space available for public use. Office space is provided on the second floor for GTA employees, keeping them connected to transit activities and providing GTA a strong presence in the city.
New 51,000 Sq Ft airfield maintenance support and storage building for mutli-tasking snow removal vehicles. Ribbon-roof design consists of crimped steel deck over open web steel joists, supported by a rigid steel frame, with a pitch sloped at 1:12. Materials selected for low-maintenance and durability. Certified LEED Gold.
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Renovation of a 1940's era hangar, including complete structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and ADA upgrades, on a tightly accelerated schedule.
Improvements included selective demolition of an approximately 500 Sq Ft administrative wing, which was replaced with a 1,600 Sq Ft single-story business office addition and a separate 1,800 Sq Ft equipment bay to house highway snow removal vehicles.