Hayward Complex Maintenance Facilities
Clark constructed the Hayward Complex Maintenance Facilities as part of an expansion program that will provide BART with additional car maintenance and storage capacity for its trains.
As part of the project scope, the team renovated the existing service and inspection shop and constructed a new component repair shop facility. Before construction began, the team demolished the existing warehouse building. In its place, they constructed a 135,000 square-foot industrial component repair shop. The steel-framed structure includes 32,000 square feet of administrative space, welfare facilities, and specialty rooms used for component repair and testing, electro-mechanical repair, and electrical repair.
Once construction completed, the team relocated the existing truck, wheel, and axle shop equipment to the new facility, installed 4,000 linear feet of new track to connect the yard to the shop, and constructed seven new train vehicle lift systems. Additionally, the team provided systems work, including rail, traction power, and train control work in the yard and leading to the facility.