City of Gainesville to break ground on $33 million bus fleet maintenance and ops facility

The 140,000-sf facility will include dispatch, administrative and maintenance facilities.

The City of Gainesville’s new $33 million Regional Transit System is funded by f
The City of Gainesville’s new $33 million Regional Transit System is funded by federal grants from the Federal Transit Administration.
December 04, 2012

The design-build team of Charles Perry Partners, Inc., Ponikvar & Associates, Inc. and Causseaux, Hewett, & Walpole, Inc. is set to break ground in December for the City of Gainesville’s new $33 million Regional Transit System (RTS) Bus Fleet Maintenance & Operations Facility. Funded by federal grants from the Federal Transit Administration, the 140,000-sf facility will include dispatch, administrative and maintenance facilities. The City Commission’s November 2011 selection of the team affirmed its Purchasing Division’s recommendation following consideration of five teams with national transit facility experience.

CPPI specializes in commercial, educational, governmental, healthcare and institutional construction. CPPI’s Principals include: Breck A. Weingart, Chairman; John V. Carlson, CEO; Domenic E. Scorpio, President; and Brian K. Leslie, Executive Vice President. The Gainesville-based company also operates offices in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa and Vero Beach, as well as Perry and Watkinsville, Ga. +

         
 

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