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The Altoona Transportation Center is a 300 spaces, 4-level parking structure built 1972. It has post-tensioned lightweight concrete slabs and beams. It had a downward vertical expansion in 1984, which created authority offices, transit offices, waiting room and retail space

The structure had post-tension tendon failures and a portion of the roof  was closed. It also had a failing lighting system, extensive concrete delaminations, and leaking in the transit offices.  Other challenges were hand painted wall murals in transit offices that had to be protected and the garage could not be closed during repairs

  • Walker provided repair options to extend lifespan between 5 and 25 years
  • Prioritized repairs so they could be phased
  • Upgraded lighting system from high pressure sodium to metal halide fixtures
  • Repairs occured via 3 contracts over 5 years

 

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