Oyster River Fire Hall
Glulam was the natural choice for this structure, creating a link to, and blending in with, the surrounding landscape.
The building was designed to meet the post-disaster portion of the BC Building code. Glulam was the natural choice for this area as the forest products are indigenous to Vancouver Island. A Glulam beam was placed slightly off the front exterior wall in order to provide the required structural support for the apparatus doors.
Architect : Johnston Davidson Architecture & Planning Inc.
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