glendale regional public safety training center

phase 1: 120,000 s.f.
phase 2: 106,000 s.f.
phase 3: 60,000 s.f.

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The Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center will serve multiple cities west of Phoenix, and has been phased to accommodate the growth and financial requirements of these participants. The municipalities will utilize this facility as the training facility for all their sworn police and fire staff in the next three decades. In addition to police and fire departments, other organizations such as Glendale Community College and utility companies will also use the facility for training. Phase I was fast-tracked in order to have the emergency services elements completed before the Fiesta and BCS Championship Bowls in 2007 and the Superbowl in 2008, which is located at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Additional Phase I programming includes administration and classroom spaces that meet current and near future needs of the various departments, driver training track, CPAT building, simulated fire station, police firing range, and training props. Phase II will include an auditorium, simulated police substation, swift water rescue, and SIMS village. Phase III includes remaining administration spaces, retail space, cafeteria, candidate housing, gymnasium, and a health center. This Project features sustainable building principles throughout the design of this $90 million, fast-tracked project.

central yavapai regional training academy - cyrta

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LEA served as the Architect and Planner for the Central Yavapai Fire District Fire Services Campus in Prescott Valley Arizona. This Fire Training Facility is broken into several phases to accommodate growth and meet the financial requirements of the owner. Early in the process, LEA conducted a space and needs assessment working with the CYFD staff. The first three phases of the project are complete which includes the site infrastructure of roadways, underground utilities, training tower, 15,000 S.F. vehicle storage, classroom, administration building, dispatch communications building, warehouse, restroom and storage facility, and a class a burn structure that incorporates both confined space and collapsed ceiling training. LEA worked closely with the CYFD staff to ensure the new Communications Building will meet the operational requirements of this important essential use facility. Future Phases include a main administration buidling, outdoor classroom, driver training track, and dynamics Pad. The project features numerous sustainable design principles including solar photolvoltaics and future wind energy.

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goodyear municipal training center

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chandler fire training center

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Lawrence Enyart Architects (LEA) Architect/Planner was commissioned by the City of Chandler to Master Plan, Design, and Construct the six acre Chandler Fire Training Center Campus; the Chandler Fire Training Center includes a two-story burn prop and five-story training tower, administrative offices, and Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC). The burn props include a manually operated propane gas burn prop system along with maze rooms and smoke generation piping. The training facility also included in the first phase a 3,000 s.f. administration and classroom building and a single drive thru apparatus storage and SCBA building. LEA was commissioned to do several expansion schemes with follow on projects that included more classrooms and an auditorium. The Chandler Fire Training Academy also includes a large exterior covered outdoor classroom with tiered seating and integral trench/rescue confined space training props. The site also includes numerous propane fired gas training props and a two-acre driver EVOC training area. Intel Corporation, as a nearby neighbor and stake holder, was involved with land acquisition and development assistance with land and high tech training gas fired props. The five story training tower has integral high temperature lined burn rooms, smoke mazes, ladder raising, repelling tie off stanchions.

phoenix fire training academy(fta) master plan

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henderson public saftey training academy + fire station no. 92

fire station: 17,500 s.f.
training academy: 10,500 s.f.

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LEA designed and built a 17,500 s.f. Fire Station and 10,500 s.f. state-of-the-art Public Safety Training Academy for the City of Henderson, Nevada. The program/master plan process for the dual user facility included personnel interviews, questionnaires and existing facility analysis and review of the Henderson Fire Department. As, a separate service, LEA provided separate performance specifications and bid documents for all the outdoor and indoor computerized fire training props which saved the City considerable costs during the bidding process. LEA provided complete Construction Management Services during construction & coordinated all work of the separate contracts on the project. LEA developed and coordinated design documents for: emergency power systems, classrooms and administrative areas, covered outdoor training areas, site and building security systems, site props/misc. training props, video simulator training room, master planned for future additions, alarm/communications systems. The project features an active 4 bay fire station and one of the best Fire Training Academy programs in the southwest. Fire Fighters from all over the world have visited this facility and have given high marks for the design.

scottsdale police + fire training facility

14,000 s.f.

LEA-Architects worked closely with the City of Scottsdale, the Scottsdale Police Department and Rural Metro Fire Department in programming, designing and constructing this $2.1 million, 13 acre facility. LEA developed and coordinated design documents for: LP gas computerized burn props, smoke maze room, LP gas site props, misc. training props, drafting pit/basement training, indoor firing ranges, FATS area, firing line prep jogging track, SWAT team training area, offices, classrooms, administrative areas, covered outdoor training areas, and one mile pursuit driver training track. LEA master planned the site for future additions, site and building security systems, and A/V simulator area.