In February of 2021, Exeter Township School District engaged EI Associates to assess their existing bus maintenance facility and provide options to construct a new facility on the existing site. In working very closely with the District and the Township, approvals were received to demolish the existing building and construct a new building within the footprint of the existing building. By strategically collaborating with the Township, a streamlined approval process was realized.
The proposed design of the site includes demolition of the existing building and all paved surfaces. The new building is positioned over the footprint of the existing building and all existing hard surfaces shall receive new paving with the exception of new landscaping and rainwater management areas incorporated into the design. The existing underground fuel storage tanks will be replaced with new above-ground storage tanks. The design of the building includes two (2) service bays, one (1) wash bay, two (2) additional overflow services bays, storage areas including a parts mezzanine and an office area. The office area includes three (3) office spaces, restroom facilities, and a training room sized for instructing the entire transportation staff of over fifty (50) employees.
The project has been awarded and is moving into the construction phase. It is anticipated to commence by the end of 2021 with completion scheduled by the end of 2022.
EI Associates has been providing architectural designs and engineering solutions since 1934. EI Associates is a full-service, multi-disciplined architecture, engineering, and construction management firm with offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our diverse staff of over 100 planners, architects, interior designers, engineers, estimators, and construction professionals has been serving corporate, educational, life science, industrial, and government clients for the last 87 years.
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