Project Description


STRADA worked with the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority on this project beginning in 2016. The City of Birmingham and the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority (BJCTA) are constructing and transitioning into an approximately $32 million intermodal facility complex that will accommodate the BJCTA corporate offices, the MAX bus central station, and combined Amtrak, Greyhound, and MegaBus operations. This complex includes a Birmingham Police substation, food service areas, retail space, and a new parking lot. STRADA is serving as the Owner’s Representative for the BJCTA regarding all aspects of ensuring the BJCTA’s interests are properly represented in the City of Birmingham’s construction of this facility. This includes serving as the liaison between the City of Birmingham, Hoar Program Management, Amtrak, Greyhound, vendors, and the BJCTA. STRADA represents the interests of the BJCTA at all intermodal facility related meetings and coordinates with the BJCTA to ensure the needs and expectations of the BJCTA’s Board of Directors, leadership and staff, and, most importantly, customers are met or exceeded.

STRADA  is also serving as a Construction Administrator to ensure that all needs the BJCTA has for the successful transition and operation of the new facility are met. This includes identifying and clearly defining the systems, equipment, services, and operations that are critical to the success of this project. STRADA is supporting the BJCTA in the procurement process and with associated construction, implementation, and operation of the needed elements.