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Ga. County Building Fleet Maintenance Facility

Coweta County, Ga., is building a new fleet maintenance facility that is expected to be ready for use in early 2019.

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Sonoma County, Calif., Fleet Overview

The Sonoma County, Calif., fleet consists of more than 1,300 vehicles, managed and maintained by a fleet staff of 23. Here's an overview of the county's fleet operation.

W.V. City Opens New Fleet Facility

The City of Moundsville, W.Va., has a new facility that is large enough to accommodate the city’s four garbage trucks and two rooms for employees. It also has drains set into the floor that are hooked up to the wash station.

New Fleet Facility Keeps Utah Technicians Indoors

Technicians at the City of Provo, Utah, appreciate the city’s new $4.8 million fleet facility — it keeps them inside when working on vehicles, which is especially important during freezing cold winters and scorching summer heat.

Chicago Breaks Ground on New Fleet Facility

The City of Chicago has broken ground on the construction of its new Fleet and Facility Management headquarters.

Kan. Municipality Needs to Centralize, Build New Fleet Facility

The City of Manhattan, Kan., needs to construct a new $10-12 million facility to house and centralize several departments, including fleet, and fleet ownership needs to be consolidated, according to a consultant.

Texas County Expects Savings with In-House Emissions Testing

The City of El Paso, Texas, fleet expects to save money after purchasing a machine to run vehicle emissions testing in-house, a job that was previously outsourced.

Kardex Remstar Launches Remote Support

Kardex Remstar is launching a cloud-based Remote Support platform that focuses on continuously monitoring the status of a customer’s installed systems and remotely maintaining them when necessary.

Pa. Township to Build New Fleet Facility

The Department of Public Works in Lancaster, Pa., is poised to begin construction on its 35,000-square-foot operations center, which includes a fleet maintenance facility.

S.C. City Opens $8M Fleet Facility

The City of Greenville, S.C., moved into a new fleet maintenance facility in October 2017. The facility replaces a 60-year-old building and is part of a 22-acre Public Works campus.