Location: Sumterville, FL
Client: Sumter Electric Cooperative
Project Cost: $5 Million
Size: 36,000 SF
Borrelli + Partners’ scope of services included all architecture, interior design and landscape associated with the design and development of the new maintenance facility to accommodate the growing operations of the Sumter Electric Cooperative (SECO). The SECO Fleet Maintenance Facility is an approximately 26,000 square foot mixed use occupancy structure housing an area of approximately 10,000 square feet for the purpose of maintaining SECO’s utility vehicles with the remainder of the square footage dedicated, in two stories, for the functions of administrative offices, fleet operations facilities, operations computer room, parts storage, large restrooms with showers break room and interior shell space for future office expansion. The Fleet Maintenance portion of the building also included an overhead crane for the ability to remove truck booms for replacement. The operations portion of the building is dedicated to maintaining the power grid throughout Sumter County. The structure of the facility is a metal building surrounded on all sides with a twelve foot exterior CMU wall with the remainder as metal siding. The project also included site developments and improvements on the 29 acre site to facilitate the entire function of the building. Parking for 30 vehicles and storm water ponds were developed as part of this project as well.