BVL Fire Station (#62) and 65th Infantry Veterans Parkserve as a hurricane hardened first response facility. The four-bay station is a 24-hour operational facility with accommodations for three, 12-man shifts including a state-of-the-art kitchen, break area, living quarters, training space support areas for the Chief, Lieutenant and crew, and a community room that can be used for small group meetings.
The project also included the remodel of the adjacent 65th Infantry Veterans Park including expanded parking, a new restroom, two new park pavilions, and more.
Both, the Fire Station and 65th Infantry Veterans Park are dedicated to the 65th Infantry Regiment, nicknamed The Borinqueneers, which was a regiment of Puerto Rican soldiers that fought for the United States in World War I, II and the Korean War.
We were honor to participate on this construction with scope not limited to: carpentry, framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings, and acrylic plaster.
Owner:Osceola County Board of Commissioners Location:Osceola County, Orlando Fl Construction Size:12,456 SF Project Type:New Construction Architect:C.T. HSU + ASSOCIATES, P.A. Construction Cost:$5.3 M ($180,580)