In collaboration with Colliers Project Leaders and MTA as bridging architect in this project (Images courtesy of PCL and renderings courtesy of AECOM/Plenary Group), the Stoney Bus Barn is a P3 project that will provide storage and maintenance space for Transit’s new fleet of CNG buses as well as diesel buses that are currently stored outside the City’s other bus garages. The new facility will be capable of housing a minimum of 424 buses, 36 maintenance bays, two steam bays, and on-site compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure. The facility will also support diesel bus operations, recognizing the transition period needed to introduce CNG buses into Transit’s fleet.
Other components of the facility include a two storey office administration area with extensive outdoor amenity areas including green roof terraces and ground floor patio area with seating areas and small recreation area.
Client: City of Calgary
Location: Calgary, AB
Area: ± 476,000 ft²
Year of Completion: 2019
Final Budget: ± $200 Million
Collaboration: MTA (Bridging Architect) & Colliers Project Leaders