START Bus Administration, Operations, and Maintenance Facility

Jackson, Wyoming
Completed

Sitting on the edge of beautiful Karns Meadow, the facility integrates sustainable design and functionality.

Client

Town of Jackson, Wyoming

Project Size

134,300 sf
4.4 acres

Awards

AIA Denver, Award of Merit

AIA Colorado, Award of Merit

Professional Services

Architecture
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Lighting Design
Master Planning

RNL, along with partners Maintenance Design Group and Jorgensen Associates, LLC was retained by the Town of Jackson, Wyoming to design a new bus operations and maintenance facility for Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit (START).

The new facility will provide administrative offices, interior bus storage for the fleet of 36 fixed route buses, a nine-bay fleet maintenance facility, in-line fueling and drive-thru bus wash at the entry to the bus storage area, and seven units of employee housing. The facility is sited on the edge of beautiful Karns Meadow, home to native wildlife, which provides both an impressive setting and opportunities for integrating sustainable site design.

The project is designed to meet a LEED Silver level of sustainability. Sustainable strategies include extensive use of natural daylighting, green roof, energy-efficient building envelope and radiant floor heating.

Meet the team

START Bus Administration, Operations, and Maintenance Facility

Merlin
Maley

Principal
Western Region Transit Director

Driven by a deep interest in creating more sustainable communities through improved mobility, Merlin Maley has dedicated more than a decade of his career to the transportation and public sector industry. Through his transit systems work, Merlin is helping to create 21st century cities and communities while decreasing the dependence on single-occupancy vehicles for mobility.

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