McKinley Maintenance

McKinley Maintenance Complex
Columbus, Ohio

The McKinley Maintenance Complex is a LEED-Certified maintenance facility which houses ten (10) individual maintenance buildings serving six (6) different departments for the City of Columbus. The complex of buildings include: a shared office of conventional construction; pre-engineered buildings for the Facilities Management storage/shop as well as the Public Service Department truck garage/maintenance; a salt storage structure; renovated existing building housing the Department of Technology offices and shop; and a renovated garage for the Environmental Abatement offices and shop.

The project included specialty equipment such as: a brine machine; brine containment; mono-rail crane; and a shared truck wash facility. The shared office building included offices for the Public Service Department and Facilities Management Department, conference rooms, restrooms, and locker rooms for all departments.

Project information


City of Columbus

Project Size

Varies; Multiple Buildings

Completion Date

December 2015



McKinley Maintenance Complex

Services provided

Pre-Planning Analysis | Field Survey of Existing Facilities | Code Analysis | Site and Master Planning | Feasibility Studies | Space Planning and Design | Building Design | Interior Design | ADA Compliance Evaluations | Programming | Construction Documents | Materials Selection | Assistance with Local Jurisdiction Requirements | Specification Writing | Cost Estimation | Bid Negotiations / Analysis | Construction Administration