The City of Pendleton and surrounding rural communities are growing, and demand for transit options has increased. The City transit fleet and staff need new facilities to support ongoing transit operations and protect community assets.
Offering a cohesive style to the 9-acre site, this project’s development will influence the design standard for Pendleton’s future public works campus, the airport, and other industrial projects in their light industrial neighborhood.
Site elements include fencing, automated gates, wash stations, stormwater detention, and well-defined circulation. MWA implemented strategies for times when poor air quality creates maintenance issues and staff health is affected.
MWA supported grant applications for gap financing through Energy Trust of Oregon and provided descriptions of the sustainable features of the project for applications to local and state agencies for funding.