Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Station

Daytona Beach International Airport

About this Project

As a team member to SchenkelShultz Architecture, OCI provided building systems engineering for the new construction of the Daytona Beach International Airport’s Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) facility. The state-of-the-art station replaced the previous ARFF facility. The building includes five dormitories, a fitness room, locker rooms, a day room, the ARFF command center, gear storage and wash areas; workshop space, a full kitchen, and a training and logistics space. The 4,260 square foot apparatus bay has four bay doors, hose storage area, a storage area for the foam fire suppressant, and an SCBA room.
OCI’s team designed and provided construction administration of the building’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and IT/AV systems.

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