Redwood National Park Maintenance Facility

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Client

US National Park Service

Type

New Construction

Designer

BSA Architect

Size

28,091 Sqft

Redwood National Park Maintenance Facility

In need of a new maintenance facility, the National Park Service and the California Department of Parks and Recreation contracted Gerding builders to construct two new buildings for shared use, located near Crescent City in the Redwoods. This 28,091-sf project involved two buildings: a 17,688-sf maintenance facility (with mezzanine) and a 10,403-sf pole barn for additional equipment and other storage needs. The maintenance facility consisted of housing for new vehicle service equipment, wood shops, a sign and welding shop, as well as administrative offices. Building included purchase and installation of a bridge crane, vehicle exhaust systems, high pressure washing systems, dust collection system, paint spray booth and various shop equipment items. Several energy conservation and environmentally sensitive measures were incorporated in the construction, and this project received LEED Silver Certification.

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