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City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
City of Port Neches Fire Station
 

City of Port Neches Fire Station

With an existing fire station dating back to 1972, the City of Port Neches needed an updated, state-of-the-art facility that would accommodate training programs and withstand hurricane-level winds.

The new 11,773-square-foot, single-story fire station includes four apparatus bays, fire chief and assistant fire chief offices, a secretary and finance office, and logistics and planning rooms. The station’s training room doubles as an emergency operations center (EOC).

The space houses bunker gear lockers, supply and mower storage, a cascade air pack room, and documentation storage. For long shifts, the station includes four dorm rooms with two individual shower and toilet rooms, a laundry room, and a full-service kitchen.

The three-story drill tower includes an interior stair and ladder to the roof with a manhole as well as a standpipe and sprinkler system. An exterior caged ladder to the roof includes a transfer landing and shuttered windows.

All building components were constructed to withstand wind gusts up to 146 miles per hour (Category 4 hurricane) and Miami-Dade County requirements for impact resistance. The pre-manufactured metal building system includes exterior cladding with split-faced concrete masonry units and brick with cast stone accents and concrete masonry unit backup.

Features Include:

  1. 11,773-square-foot, single-story fire station
  2. Three-story drill tower with interior stair and ladder leading to a roof with manhole, standpipe, and sprinkler system
  3. Pre-manufactured structure built to withstand a Category 4 hurricane
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