In 2012 the City of Spruce Grove was planning a fire training building with a strong emphasis on search & rescue, but the building would have to meet budget requirements over a period of time. FTS helped design a two-phase project, with a tower to be added in the future. 

Spruce Grove, AB

Phase 1:

Planning Ahead

Phase one of the planned Search and Rescue facility began in early 2013.  It was made up of:
  • 3 - 40' and 1 - 20' container.

  • Removable level 2 grating and exterior stairs to be used in Phase 2.

  • concrete floors.

  • Rappel for high angle work.

  • Sprinkler system and risers.

  • Burn room.

  • interior stairs for below grade attack.

Phase 2: Description

Phase 2 was completed in Fall 2014.  Chief Rob Kosterman and his crew helped add:
  • 1 - 40' to complete the bedrooms and bathroom search and rescue areas.

  • 1 - 20' to add a garage.  Steel roll-up with sheeted plywood wall behind.

  • Additional burn room.

  • Enlarged existing burn room to 10'.

  • Enlarged roof area for ladder work.

Testimonial

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