A new state-of-the-art fire station is being constructed to serve the fast growing west side of the City, specifically the Highland Creek and Moss Creek Village communities. The new station is a single-story, with a central 3-bay, 24-foot-clear-height apparatus bay. The structure is steel roof joists bearing on structural masonry walls with a concrete slab-on-grade, and elevated mezzanine slab-on-metal deck.
Stewart’s responsibilities include geotechnical engineering services, material testing during construction, and special inspections. Stewart’s construction materials testing and special inspection scope consists of soils testing and observations, shallow foundation/bearing evaluations, reinforced concrete testing and observations, structural masonry testing and observations, structural steel inspections, composite metal floor deck inspections, cold-formed metal framing and truss inspections, metal roof decking inspections, fire-resistant joint and penetration inspections, wind/seismic resistant system inspections (i.e. anchorage of emergency electrical and mechanical systems, pipes carrying combustible fluids, etc.), and concrete pavement testing and observations.
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