Client: Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
Location: Oakland, CA
Completion Date: September 2017
Anil Verma Associates, Inc. (AVA) task is to provide final design services, including all necessary drawings, details, calculations, and technical specifications for a complete HVAC, Aboveground Oil Storage and Distribution, Thermal Waste Water Evaporator, General Service Compressed-Air, Building Plumbing, and Fire Protection Systems required for this new Component Repair Shop. Additionally, AVA will provide mechanical, HVAC, plumbing and fire protection system along with complete architecture and engineering design for a new 16,000 sq. ft. Service Canopy, that will provide storage and staging activities including equipment cleaning and equipment moving via two bridge crane for full coverage under the canopy, the canopy shall be well ventilated, well lighted and provide weather protected path between the Component Repair Shop and Central Warehouse.
BART has prioritized three interrelated capital investment initiatives to ensure the system can safely, efficiently, and comfortably serve current and new riders, as part of its Fleet of the Future program; The Hayward Maintenance Complex (HMC) will ensure that BART’s maintenance and repair capacity is sufficient to support the new railcar fleet for both the current system and system expansions. This new maintenance facility will maintain and store the expanded fleet. HMC will cost approximately $432 million, and a funding plan has been developed by BART and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to cover the full project cost. Creation of the HMC is jointly supported by BART and the Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority (VTA).
Hayward Maintenance Complex (HMC) project will consist of acquisition and improvement to three properties containing four existing warehouses adjacent to the west side of the existing Hayward Shop and maintenance yard, two warehouse buildings would be demolished; and a new Vehicle Level Overhaul Shop and a new Component Repair Shop would be constructed, the other two warehouses are proposed for the Central warehouse and the Maintenance and Engineering (M&E) Shop. Other improvement includes the construction of additional storage tracks for a maximum of 250 vehicles on undeveloped BART property on the east side of the Hayward Yard. The completed component repair shop will be approximately 150,000 sq. ft. in total area, encompassing a 117,000 sq. ft. ground level with a 33,000 sq. ft. Mezzanine Level. The facility will house major components: The truck shop, electronic repair shop, and electro-mechanical repair shop. The component repair shop will have the capacity to maintain components necessary to support no fewer than one thousand railcars.
Size: 150,000 sq. ft. – Component Repair Shop and 16,000 sq. ft. Service and Storage Canopy