City of Burnaby Fire Hall 4 & 8 IPD

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The City of Burnaby constructed Fire Hall 4 and Fire Hall 8 to meet the needs of this growing community, and to achieve its ongoing commitment to public safety and emergency response.

The City brought together an experienced Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) team to develop the new state-of-the-art fire stations.

With an overall budget of $50M, the new facilities will improve response time and coverage during fire emergencies, ensuring the well-being and safety of the community.

Each of the fire halls are replaced with a two-storey, 15,000 sq. ft. structure with three drive-through bays.

They are seismically designed to meet post disaster standards.The fire halls house separated decontamination space for crews, and were designed with low-carbon heating and operations.

As the structural engineering consultant, RJC were active participants in the IPD process, contributing to the project on every level through 3P exercises, 5 Why’s, CBAs as well as being a dynamic team member in the Big Room.

Project Specifications

Burnaby, BC

Building Structure Type
Fire Station/Emergency Ops

City of Burnaby

Johnston Davidson Architecture and Planning Inc.

Kinetic Construction

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