Johnson County, Kansas, hired Crossland to improve its fleet maintenance building in Olathe, KS. As part of the project, crews removed two exterior walls damaged by water leaks, then reframed the walls and adjusted the roof drainage system to prevent future leaks during wet weather. The main building was renovated, dividing it into three new sections: office space, conference rooms, and a kitchenette. Our team also added a large maintenance shop for county vehicles serviced at the facility.
The project was completed on time and within budget, and the county was quite pleased to have a renovated facility that better serves county vehicles.