The Northern Bus Garage Reconstruction Project will completely reconstruct the current building into a modern bus facility while preserving the historic 14th Street façade. Built in 1906 as a streetcar storage facility, the garage is now out of service due to its deteriorating condition. Located on 14th Street NW, between Decatur and Buchanan Streets, the newly built garage will house 150 buses and include infrastructure needed to support an electric bus fleet in the future, as envisioned under Metro’s zero-emission bus plan.
Scope and Realisations
- Creating BIM LOD350 modelling and coordination for the Electrical, SCADA, Lightning Protection and Fire.
- All electrical switchboards, panels, switchgear, transformers, generator and motor control center, cable tray, data racks, starters & vfds, disconnects, recessed & ceiling mounted fixtures, bus ducts, pull boxes, junction boxes concrete encased duct banks, poke-thru devices, raceways, hangers, equipment pads and curbs, supports, seismic restraints, and specialty systems.
- All light fixtures, lighting control and the associated access / installation / maintenance space
- Exit signs, emergency battery pack locations, occupancy sensors and power poles shall be modelled.
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