Beverly Depot Parking Garage
The MBTA has been working with MassDOT and the City of Beverly for several years developing this project as a commuter parking garage with a future Transit Oriented Development (TOD) project. The garage structure is designed to support four levels of future development and also set back from Rantoul Street eighty-five feet for future street front development. The garage is designed for 500 vehicles with parking for electric vehicles, accessible parking on each level, zip car parking, motorcycle and bicycle parking, parking control system, and a covered accessible walkway to the existing Beverly Depot Station platform. The garage is a poured in place concrete structure to reduce future maintenance. The garage design complies with Executive Order 484 - Leading By Example: Clean Energy and Efficient Buildings. The garage has photovoltaic solar panels on the roof and is designed to use natural day-lighting with energy efficient lighting and an energy saving lighting control system. Construction of the Beverly Depot Garage is the first Construction Manager at Risk procurement for the MBTA.
The Beverly Depot Parking Garage Opened on Saturday, August 2, 2014.
Work will continue to complete punch list items for the next several weeks.
Notifications of Public Hearings will be provided through the announcements through the MBTA and MassDOT.
- T-Projects and Accessibility
- T-Projects and the Environment
- T-Projects and Transit Oriented Development
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