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The City of Revelstoke created a basic design with the ability to expand. Chief Rob Girard’s vision was to start by being able to train basic fire behaviour and move on to fill service training in the future
in 2012, The municipal district of Bonnyville started their regional fire training building along with some partners from other districts & businesses. It is now the premier facility in Alberta.
The Regional Fire Training Centre in Hinton was done in phases as budget and partners become available. The result is a tremendous resource to the region and businesses.
Spruce Grove, AB
Spruce Grove planned a fire training building with a strong emphasis on Search and Rescue. FTS helped design two phases with a view to adding a tower in the future.
Steve Munshaw, Fire Chief of Taber, AB wanted a fire training modular building that met a variety of needs within a single structure. The final design did all that and much more.
Athabasca Fire Services Chief Byan Hall was looking for a training structure that met their immediate needs at a good price, but could also be Phase 2 ready. Click to view what FTS Designed!
Built in the spring of 2017, this is phase one of a three-phase plan to have a comprehensive training structure to last long into the future. Future phases will include a 4-story tower & double garage.
In 2016 the WDFD embarked on their long awaited plan to set up a training centre. Their vision was simple, but it encompassed all they were looking for.
Fort McMurray, AB
In 2016, Shell Oil (now Canadian Natural Resources) of Fort McMurray, AB decided to move ahead with their 2-part plan that included a comprehensive 4-story building and airplane training prop.