Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Marin County Open Space Maintenance Shed is a good example to follow. Its HUGE and it costs LESS than proposed shed for Marinwood Park

The Marinwood Park Open Space District Maintenance Facility at the open space between Idylberry and Lucas Valley Homeowners Association is a model of utility and function that Marinwood CSD should follow when building their new facility in Marinwood Park.  The sheds are simple metal prefabricated units with large roll up doors for easy access.  Such units are very inexpensive to construct and serve a vital function.  The metal is a dark brown and it is behind trees and and a wooden fence.  Most maintenance facilities in Marin County use this style building.   A similar
50 x 100 metal building can be had for $30k from numerous manufactured building suppliers.

The facility grounds are neat and orderly

There are many bays which allow easy access to tools and equipment.

The building is roughly 40' x 80' with tall sides. 
Shipping containers provide accessory storage 

Raw materials are neatly stacked on pallets, underneath green tarps and behind a fence.

A temporary office trailer has been added for inexpensive administrative space.

The tall building sides allow the construction of a mezzanine for extra storage.  Skylights provide natural light.

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