Madison-Nakoosa Trail Public Works Operations & Maintenance Facility

Madison, Wisconsin
In-progress

New facility will create efficiencies of scale, benefiting from the layout and design of a modern maintenance and operations facility.

Client

City of Madison, WI

Project Size

133,600 sf

Building Performance

Pursuing LEED Gold

Professional Services

Architecture
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Lighting Design
Master Planning

RNL is designing new facilities for the City of Madison Fleet Service, Fire Apparatus and Emergency Equipment Maintenance, and Communications operations in order to improve the operational efficiencies of providing maintenance services. The new facilities will enhance the customer experience of City employees who require vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair. In addition to an immediate need for the relocation of these facilities, the City of Madison wishes to include a satellite facility for Metro Transit bus operations, maintenance, and storage functions, a Biodigester System, and operations and maintenance facilities for the State Fleet Services. The Planning Team will investigate and evaluate alternatives that include all or a combination of Metro Transit Satellite Operation, Biodigester, and State Fleet Operations facilities that utilizes the available property and resources in the most efficient way possible.

By co-locating these functions on the same site and with shared building elements, the City of Madison will be able to create efficiencies of scale, benefiting from the layout and design of a modern maintenance and operations facility while potentially utilizing the site’s existing building for ancillary maintenance and storage needs.

Meet the team

Madison-Nakoosa Trail Public Works Operations & Maintenance Facility

Ken
Anderson

Principal/Board Member
National Transit Director
Washington DC Office Lead

Ken Anderson is known for developing projects with architectural solutions that transform lives for the better. As the studio lead for RNL’s Washington, D.C. office and head of RNL’s transit practice, Ken has helped establish the firm as one of the premier transit architecture firms in the nation.

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