FIRE / CRASH RESCUE STATION

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Cape Canaveral, Florida
 
Project Size and Construction Cost
32,159 GSF and $6.8 million
 
General Description
A design/build project located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, consisting of a 32,000 square foot fire/crash rescue station. The local facility includes a 17,000 square foot office/living quarters area housing the fire department support personnel. A 14-door apparatus bay adjoins the office/living area and houses a variety of firefighting equipment. The interior living/office areas include a full commercial kitchen, 16 individual bedrooms, a physical fitness room, a media room, and various office/meeting rooms.
 
Civil package sub-contract included: comprehensive site design, application and permitting from the St. Johns River Water Management District, Environmental Resource Permit, and the Department of Environmental Protection.
 
Facility Accommodations: administrative space, conference rooms, sleeping quarters, kitchen and dining area, fitness center, and vehicle bays.
 
Site Work: utilities, parking lot, concrete hardstand, and architectural landscaping.
 
Other Efforts: demolition of semi-permanent metal buildings 1345, 1705, 55122 and 55215.
 
SS&A, serving as leader of the design team for RUSH Construction, provided architectural, mechanical, electrical, communications, structural, fire protection engineering, surveying, cost estimating, specifications, landscape surveying, sustainable design, and landscape design.