Queensville Fire Station #28
The scope of work included the construction of additions of approximately 2.600sf to the existing 6,870sf building. This included a fire hall, utilizing a combination steel frame structure, wood frame and load bearing masonry with brick veneer cladding, pre-finished metal roofing and cladding, membrane roofing and Four Fold Apparatus Bay doors. The building’s mechanical systems incorporated high efficiency methodology for primary heating and cooling of the building. The electrical systems have full back-up power from an internally located natural gas fueled generator.
Additional components included heavy duty paved driveways and parking facilities, municipal services connections, a holding cistern for sanitary and general grading, topsoil and sod to the 1.2 acre construction site.
The project was designed to meet LEED Silver designation.