Lauderhill Fire Rescue Station #30

Client City of Lauderhill
Services
  • Design Criteria Professional
Status Completion scheduled for 2019
Success Our design/build criteria package outlines the premise of the program and design intent required to ensure a quality project within the budget and schedule plan required by the City of Lauderhill.
Lauderhill Fire Rescue Station #30

Lauderhill Fire Rescue Station #30

Lauderhill, FL

The SRS design criteria plan provides the scope and services needed for professional architectural, engineering, and construction competencies that produce a quality project within the time and budget required by the client. The proposed project must meet the codes and standards of a dozen or more governing authorities, including the city's Development Review/Community Appearance Committee, Florida Administrative Code, South Florida Water Management District, as well as all applicable building, plumbing, energy efficiency, accessibility, mechanical, electrical, and engineering codes. In addition, SRS includes criteria that qualifies the project to meet the latest rating standards for LEED Silver certification by the United States Green Building Council.

The fire station, at 8,540 SF, includes two apparatus bays and air-conditioned fire-rescue staff housing for living and administration spaces, as well as fitness, IT, bunker, medical, equipment and supply storage, and laundry facilities. The project meets the hurricane standards for 180 mph and is equipped to be self-sustaining for an emergency situation at a minimum of 72 hours.