Chesapeake Beach Fire and Rescue Station

Chesapeake Beach Fire & Rescue Station
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Market: Industrial
Owner Type: Municipal Government
Other Tags: LEED
BIM
In 2013, this City of Virginia Beach project received an Honor Award in the Public Facilities category from the Virginia Beach Planning Commission and in 2014 it was honored with an Award of Excellence for Best Institutional/Public Building by the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate (HRACRE).

Speight Marshall Francis served as Structural Engineer of Record and Agent 1 Special Inspector for the design/build of a new $3M two-story 14,000 square foot, 3-bay fire station located on Shore Drive at Northampton Blvd.  Facility includes fire equipment apparatus bays, living quarters, kitchen facilities, offices, storage areas, and site & utility work. The facility was designed to hurricane category II wind speeds and has full emergency power. Targeted for LEED certification. Designed using REVIT BIM software. In 2013, the project received an Honor Award in the Public Facilities category from the Virginia Beach Planning Commission and in 2014 it was honored with an Award of Excellence for Best Institutional/Public Building by the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate (HRACRE).

Architect: HBA Architecture & Interior Design
General Contractor: P.G. Harris Construction