This project involved design and construction of a new 12,920-square-foot, single-story regional EMS station in the town of Garner. It includes three pull-through apparatus bays and three maintenance bays for the EMS trucks for Wake County, in addition to a multipurpose/exercise room, turn-out gear, decontamination room, and tool and medical supply storage on the apparatus side of the building. The administrative side of the building includes a kitchen, dayroom, a hardened conference room, staff offices, a large training room, and an exterior covered patio.
Stewart performed the structural design for the building, which includes lower roof areas on both sides of the apparatus bay. The roofs are framed with steel beams over the apparatus bays and light gauge steel trusses over the administrative and support spaces. Load-bearing metal studs and masonry walls support the roof framing. A portion of the roof has been designed and created for photovoltaic panels as a renewable energy source for the building.
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