Work on this project included new construction of approximately 12,000 square feet and renovation of approximately 7,300 square feet for the shared use of the Jessamine County Diesel Engine Career and Technology Center and the district Transportation Center. The new building now houses a classroom, labs, vehicle repair bays, tool storage, restrooms and office space. The scope of work entailed comprehensive renovation of the existing bus garage, including modernization of two existing, in-ground vehicle lifts, cutting and patching of the existing concrete slab, excavation and backfill to accommodate the installation of a new in-ground lift and complete removal of the existing second floor structure to accommodate a new vehicle work bay where transportation offices and upper level storage were previously located. Renovation work also included removal of existing roofing and installation of new asphalt shingle roofing as well as replacement of existing sectional doors, hollow metal doors, frames, hardware, and new security access systems. Complete removal and replacement of all plumbing, HVAC and electrical systems and installation of a new 100% NFPA compliant fire suppression system was also required.
Tate Hill Jacobs Architects
Jessamine County Board of Education