Client: City of San Antonio
Architect: OCO Architects
Completion Date: April 2013
General Contractor: Joeris, Inc.
Project Size: Administration and Crew Quarters 25,000SF :: Vehicle Maintenance 26,000 SF
MEP Engineer: Cleary Zimmerman
Civil Engineer: Bain Medina Bain
Landscape Architect: Lafoon Associates
Cost Estimating: Project Cost Resources
The Northwest Service Center brings five user groups of the City of San Antonio together for the construction of a modern Service facility incorporating the latest technological advances in the areas of repair, fueling and washing of both heavy and light duty service vehicles and of construction equipment. Overall site development includes the Administrative/Crew Quarters building, a Vehicle Maintenance Facility, a Truck/Heavy Truck Cleanout Facility, Auto Wash area , Fueling Islands, and a Storage/Shops/Welding building, set amidst 13 acres of truck parking area.
The Administration Building is a pre-engineered metal building with clerestories providing interior day lighting for the offices and conference rooms, and wide overhangs providing shade for crew assembly areas. The Vehicle Service Facility is a features six drive through service bays, another two bays for welding and certification for servicing vehicles offices, locker rooms and customer service facilities.