Heritage Valley Fire - Station 28
This fire station was the first civic building constructed in southwest Edmonton. The Heritage Valley Fire Station provides a quick response time and fire suppression coverage for those in the southwest Edmonton.
Heritage Valley Fire Station 28 has three drive-thru bays that can house up to six emergency response vehicles. The station also features office space and living facilities, as well as a state-of-the-art exercise room for on-duty fire crews. A new vented turnout gear room designed to store contaminated bunker gear was installed as an added health and safety feature for firefighters. The building was designed to protect against Edmonton's extreme conditions in the winter, while providing significant shaded areas for the hot summers. The station was built to meet the Canada Green Building Council LEED®-NC silver rating.
Architect: Tkalcic Bengert with Johnston Davidson Architecture +Planning
This project is registered at LEED®.