Project Stats
Boone County Fire Chiefs Association
Location Burlington, KY
Size 16.00 Acres
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Services Provided:


    • Construction Layout & Staking
    • Quantity-Volume Surveys
    • Topographic Surveys
    • Utility As-Builts & Record Drawings

    • Bidding Assistance
    • Construction Administration
    • Erosion Control Planning, Permitting & Inspection
    • Foundation Design
    • Grading & Earthwork Analysis
    • Hydrologic & Hydraulic Analysis
    • Storm Water Collection System
    • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
    • Structural Analysis
    • Structural Site Amenities
    • Waste Water Collection System
    • Water Supply Infrastructure

    • Contract Documents and Specifications
    • Due Diligence Research
    • Preliminary Budgeting - Final Cost Estimating
    • Programming
    • Site Planning

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Project Highlight

Bayer Becker provided design for The Boone County Fire Training facility using both short and long term design elements. We assisted the Fire Chiefs Association in designing elements that fit within their current budget based on existing bonds, as well as long term elements which planned for future designs. Because of the limited initial funding available for the project, Bayer Becker coordinated a phasing sequence that allowed the project to proceed within the budget. Each proposed training area needed to be researched based on the space requirements and appropriate location on site. Extensive research was done visiting facilities around the region to assist in planning the desired training areas for the new facility.

A key feature of the project is the draft pit structure, an underground concrete vault that holds 30,000 gallons of water. Bayer Becker provided structural design on the pit which is used as a testing area for the county’s fire trucks to pump water out of one end of the vault and spray into a return hood.

In addition to design, Bayer Becker coordinated design charettes and periodic project planning meetings between the various Fire Districts that would be using the site and developed schematic design documents based on feedback from these meetings. The bottom line is a project that works for everyone because they were directly involved in guiding the design.

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