Ohio DOT Opens Fleet Garage

July 03, 2017

The Ohio Department of Transportation held a dedication ceremony for its new $8.2 million maintenance garage on June 27, the Paulding Progress reported.

The 21,600-square-foot facility is twice as large as the building it replaces, and has a 4,000-ton salt dome with a brine machine that can make 8,000 gallons per hour, additional truck storage, an upgraded above-ground fuel system, expanded mechanics’ area, two truck wash bays, and an equipment storage building.

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