City of Boise Fire Training Center

This $12.5M, 17-acre state-of-the-art training complex provides the Boise Fire Department optimal public safety training for first responders. The campus includes a 5,950SF administration and classroom building, a 9,800SF training and safety building, and a five-story training tower with propane props. The training towers simulate various fires and offers different scenarios that fire fighters encounter daily, allowing them to practice their craft in a safe manner.

NWESI Scope:

  • Building HVAC Systems
  • Stand Alone HVAC Controls
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Specialty Systems (Food service alarm interlocks, automatic doors, carbon monoxide monitoring/alarms)

Location: Boise, ID

Owner: City of Boise

Architect: Hummel Architects

General Contractor: Engineered Structures Inc.

MEP Designer: Engineering Inc.

Total Project Cost: $12.5M

Sustainability: IGCC Compliant

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