Maple Ridge Fire Hall reaches construction milestone

The solid mass timber panels form part of the post-disaster building requirements for the structural system

The new Maple Ridge Fire Hall No. 4 and Training Facility recently passed the construction halfway point, marking the start of the later phases of the construction process.

Located in the Kanaka Creek neighbourhood of Maple Ridge, BC, the new post-disaster fire hall will also feature a large-scale training yard and house the City of Maple Ridge’s data server room.

With a budget of $15 million, the 21,000 sq. ft facility’s site required extensive work ahead of the physical construction of the building due to its proximity to an environmentally sensitive area (ESA) and because it is situated on a complex slope.

Since starting work in mid December of 2018, the construction team have been completing site works including installing significant underground stormwater detention tanks and building the roof prior to the Lower Mainland’s extended rainy season.

The construction team are now busy focusing on completing the installation of the roof and finishing off the wood stud framing with the intent of closing the building in before the wet weather sets in.

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The Maple Ridge Fire Hall No. 4 coming together

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