Transportation Facility for Springfield City Schools

August of 2011 marked the grand opening of the Springfield City School District Bus Garage on Columbus Avenue. Completed just in time for the new school year, this new facility used over 2,000 cubic yards of concrete, nearly 4 million pounds of fill, 7 miles of wiring and 2 miles of conduit!

The new facility, which can house up to 44 buses and has a fueling station, allows district drivers to report to one central place. The nearly 4.5-acre site was originally the home of Producers Livestock. The 7,200 sf, pre-engineered metal building includes an 800 sf equipment and storage mezzanine. The bus garage features electronic gate openers, a maintenance area with wash bay and a 40,000-pound bus lift.

"The new transportation facility will be a great addition not only to the school district, but also to the city as a whole. The project will increase efficiency, save money, and improve transportation for students. We're excited to be a part of it."
David Zak, Vice President of the Community Improvement Corporation of Springfield and Clark County
Project Size:
7,200 sf
Type Of Construction:
Pre-engineered Metal Building
Completed In:
August 2011