Adams County Ambulance Facility
Klingner & Associates, P.C. provided complete Architectural/Engineering Basic Services for Design Development and Construction Document Preparation phases for this new 6.463 s.f. facility. Services provided include architectural, civil, structural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical/power/data/communication/security & lighting engineering. Bids came in within 3-1/2% of Architect’s estimate.
Facility consists of approximately 3,400 SF of living quarters and 3,000 SF apparatus garage. The building shall be an “essential facility rated” pre-engineered steel building with 16’ eave height and 2:12 sloped galvalume metal roof panels. Alternate Bid No. 1: Increase width of Apparatus Garage two bays from 20’ to 25’, provide/install in west wall overhead door #135 with operator/wiring and bollards inside/ outside, include additional MBM wall panels/girts/insulation, paneled stone veneer and ribbed metal panels on north wall and provide concrete drive to west as noted on site plan.
The west end of building has an expansion main frame to allow for future bays. Building features such elements as paneled stone veneer window sills on the north and east walls, face-applied horizontal ribbed metal accent panels, tensile rod canopies over north and east entrance doors. An approximately 250 SF mechanical mezzanine was constructed on top of an interior pre-cast concrete storm shelter room. Mezzanine is accessed by an alternating tread stair from apparatus garage. Living quarters finishes consist predominantly of stained concrete floors, gypsum board walls, and SAT or suspended gypsum board ceilings. Training room and office flooring consists of carpet tile and entry vestibule has walk-off carpet tile. Full height 2-hour fire rated walls separate the apparatus garage from the living quarters and separate the sleeping rooms (required limited fire sprinkler system) from the rest of the living quarters.