National Park Service
In addition to housing maintenance operations, the Moose maintenance building also houses park staff from facility management, procurement, law enforcement, wildland fire, emergency services and inter-agency dispatch serving the South District of the park. One of the main goals of this project was to eliminate the temporary modular buildings on the site to provide additional critically needed office space.
The existing Moose Maintenance Building was renovated and an addition added to provide offices, meeting rooms and administrative spaces for Park Headquarters. The maintenance bays were also renovated for envelope and MEP system upgrades. An addition was provided to the building for Fire and Dispatch with structural and MEP system upgrades for an Emergency Operations Center. Scope included design and coordination of swing space for the administration and maintenance functions, this allowed a phased move-in as construction was completed. A new free-standing vehicle wash bay building was also designed and constructed adjacent to the existing Moose Maintenance Building. The building is registered with USGBC and has received LEED Gold certification.