Lancaster Fleet Maintenance Facility 

This new facility, designed by Quorum, allows the Lancaster Fleet Maintenance Department to provide preventative maintenance and repairs to all City owned vehicles and equipment. The City needed a facility that was designed to maximize safety and efficiency while maintaining flexibility for unknown changes in the future.

Quorum provided such a facility. It adequately provides workspace in the work bays not only to work on vehicles but also to provide room for safely maneuvering around them and to roll equipment between the vehicles. Currently the City maintains over 275 vehicles and pieces of equipment, including 100 light duty vehicles, 50 heavy duty trucks, and 125 pieces of equipment such as mowers, tractors, etc. During design, we were challenged by the City Council to acknowledge the historical relevance of the adjacent historic overlay area with the design of this building and development of the site. Quorum incorporated detailed brickwork with shadow lines, pilasters, canopies, masonry arches, and small pane windows in the administration portion of the building to address the request.

This new facility, designed by Quorum, allows the Lancaster Fleet Maintenance Department to provide preventative maintenance and repairs to all City owned vehicles and equipment. The City needed a facility that was designed to maximize safety and efficiency while maintaining flexibility for unknown changes in the future. Quorum provided such a facility. It adequately provides workspace in the work bays not only to work on vehicles but also to provide room for safely maneuvering around them and to roll equipment between the vehicles. Currently the City maintains over 275 vehicles and pieces of equipment, including 100 light duty vehicles, 50 heavy duty trucks, and 125 pieces of equipment such as mowers, tractors, etc. During design, we were challenged by the City Council to acknowledge the historical relevance of the adjacent historic overlay area with the design of this building and development of the site. Quorum incorporated detailed brickwork with shadow lines, pilasters, canopies, masonry arches, and small pane windows in the administration portion of the building to address the request.