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Louisville Fire Protection District Fleet Maintenance and Training Complex 2095 Boxelder Street. Special Review Use – December 18, 2012 Case 12-026-UR. Agenda :. Project Introduction – Slide Presentation Review the RFP Questions Building walk through – 1245 Main Street – Fire Station 1

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Louisville Fire Protection DistrictFleet Maintenance and Training Complex2095 Boxelder Street

Special Review Use – December 18, 2012

Case 12-026-UR


Agenda :

  • Project Introduction – Slide Presentation

  • Review the RFP

  • Questions

  • Building walk through – 1245 Main Street – Fire Station 1

  • Site visit 2095 Boxelder


Location:

Downtown

Via Appia

2095 Boxelder Street

HWY 36

DILLON/95th

NW PARKWAY


Location:

104th

Boxelder


The Built Elements:

  • The Project – Five elements:

    Fire Station (Primary Building)

    Vehicle storage and maintenance, staff, emergency personnel, training room

    Training Building

    Live exercises, rescue training, burn room, event management

    Shade Structure

    Exterior training / staging

    Fueling / Trash Enclosure

    Storage of 1,000 gallons fuel in engineered above-ground holding tank

    Trash Enclosure

    Burn debris, general waste

This tank complies with the requirements of SwRI Test Procedure 95-03, 93-01, UFC 79-7, UL-2085, Interstitial Communication Test, and is a recognized listed product by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas.


Site Plan :


Phasing Plan : Phase 1

Landscape and Site Improvements

Trash Enclosure

Shade Structure

Training Building

Site Paving

Access Gates

Trash and Fuel Enclosure

Access Gates

Parking Areas

Parking Areas

Monument Sign


Phasing Plan : Phase 2

New Fire station with (3) bays, training room, office, vestibule

Complete Landscape and Site Improvements

Complete Landscape and Site Improvements

Shell second floor interior


Phasing Plan : Phase 3

Finish upper floor interior improvements


Schedule :

  • Planning Approvals

    Special Review Use – Approved

    PUD – 01/10/2013 -04/19/2013

  • Architecture and Engineering

    02/1/2013 – 05/15/2013

  • Detailed Construction Cost / Bidding

    RFP February 2013

    Design Assist / GMP March - April

  • Construction

    04/30/2013 – 02/2014


Contact Information :

  • Fire Chief

    Tim Parker

    tparker@louisvillefire.com

  • Architecture and Engineering

    Kyle Callahan

    kyle@kylecallahan.com

  • Training Structure

    Steve Harms – Fire facilities

    sharms@firefacilities.com


Questions ?

Kyle Callahan & Associates, Architecture

kyle@kylecallahan.com

303-545-2007


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