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Big Blue Bus Redevelopment / LOHA + BMD

Big Blue Bus Redevelopment / LOHA + BMD

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Due to their steadfast commitment to innovation, the municipal services of the Big Blue Bus Agency include the latest technological advancements and sustainable systems.   In order to keep the agency moving forward, LOHA will lead the collaborative effort to design an iconic and creative redevelopment package.  This user-friendly package will reflect the essence of the distinct communities that are served by the Big Blue Bus.

The shelters will be a contemporary model of sustainability by using alternate power sources, high efficiency light fixtures, and incorporating locally available recycled and reclaimed materials into the design.

For more information visit the architects’ sites: LOHA & BMD

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Karen Cilento

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Cite: Karen Cilento. "Big Blue Bus Redevelopment / LOHA + BMD" 10 Jun 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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