Amtrak Oakland Maintenance Facility - Oakland, Calif.
Kiewit completed the Amtrak Oakland Maintenance Facility construction in 2004. The $53 million project involved site work, construction of a fuel area and three buildings — a 52,439-square-foot maintenance shop, a service and inspection area, and a train washer facility that has a 300-foot-long rinse slab and load test enclosure.
The 52,439-square-foot maintenance shop includes a drop table wheel-truing pit, material storage areas, loading dock, receiving area, boiler room and office space. Crews constructed a service and inspection building that includes a service track pit, fueling and sanding area, split rail system, compressor area and oil water separator area. The train-washer facility has a 300-foot-long rinse slab and a load test enclosure.
Additional site work included constructing a lube oil tank and double containment fuel tank area, a yard track system with wheel garden, retaining walls and two parking lots.