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project intro

Welcome to the open house for the proposed Firehall replacement project! project update to date

on-line public survey results

public open house goals:

the first public meetings were held on september 9th and 10th, 2016 and officially introduced the project to the public. the main purpose of these meetings was to inform the public of the need for a new firehall and demonstrate the pros and cons of four potential sites for the public to comment. each meeting consisted of 18 presentation boards displaying detailed information about the fire department, the four potential sites, sustainable project goals, the design process, project time line and a voting board which asked the public which potential site would be their best choice.

the Town of Creston posted an on-line public survey which both informs the public about the Fire Department and what they do - and - asks your opinion about this proposed project, identifies the potential sites and presents community and partnership ideas for consideration.

1. to create an open, comfortable and positive dialog with the public in order to allow people to freely express their opinions for this project.

here are the results of the on-line public survey:

3. present two potential sites (site #2 and site #4)

2. provide a project update and a time line for future public meetings and project objectives.

4. present conceptual building layout options (“testfits”) for each site: • site #2 = one layout • site #4 = two layouts

the votes have been tallied... here are the results:

5. ask the public for their opinion on which site and layout option they feel is the best. 6. to answer any questions or concerns that anyone attending might have.

site #1 (rcmp)

site #2 (extra foods)

site #3 (hwy 3)

site #4 (the bunker)

today’s public meeting will focus on site #2 and site #4, as these sites are the most preferred by both the public and the Town of Creston. each site will be further explored with a firehall building “testfit” design for consideration. Again, we will ask for public input and a vote for what you think would be the best site. if you have any questions, please feel free to ask any of the event presenters. thank you. scan me!

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The following timeline & explanation outlines the next steps in the project process. design development:

schedule

At this stage of the project developed drawings describing design and functional elements are created and presented for public approval of costing

public process:

There will be 5 public town hall meetings where progress updates regarding the project will be presented. Each one will offer the Public a chance to voice concerns and provide comments regarding the project.

schematic design:

public referendum:

During this stage the goals of the project are determined through input from the Building users and Public Consultation. Key to this process for Creston is the selection of the site.

the project will be presented to the Public - drawings, content and pricing - for a referendum vote to decide if the project should proceed.

future:

These phases will only be enacted if the referendum is approved. At that time the construction drawings will be prepared for Public Tender and Construction.

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48% of Canadians believe there is almost no chance of having a fire in their home.

fire department

Creston Fire Rescue • 100 fire calls • 70 rescue calls responds to a yearly • 30 public assistance requests average of: • 300 first responder calls (medical response) FORMATION OF THE CRESTON FIRE DEPARTMENT The first fire chief appointed was Mr. Joseph Wilson

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Creston Fire Department, 1982

The reality is, 1 in 10 will.

OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW th The 11 Avenue North Station was demolished to build a new station. This building is still standing, located next the Creston and District Credit Union.

GROWING BIGGER A 2 full-time staff was added to manage the growing fire service. At this time, the fire department had over 30 firefighters and provided fire protection and road rescue services to:

GROWING BIGGER The Fire Apparatus fleet was expanded to ensure quality of service could be maintained. Additionally, the Fire Department began providing fire protection to West Creston.

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Erickson Parts of Creston Valley Flats Riondel The top of the Salmo Creston Summit The South US border to Irishman’s Creek (halfway to Cranbrook)

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FIRST FIRE STATION A building on 11th Avenue North was purchased as the first fire station.

MOVING ON The Fire Department had out grown its 11th Avenue North location, with a full time chief and 25 paid on call firefighters. The old Overwatea building was purchased and renovated as the new fire station. The Fire Department remains here till this day.

WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM The Firefighter Work Experience program was established. This program has improved community insurance grading, and the types of services provided.

Members of the 2015 Creston Fire Rescue Work Experience Program

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Engine 21

2001 Ferrara Fire Engine First fire engine out to respond to all emergency incidents. It carries all necessary equipment for initial fire suppression activities, medical responses, and carries safety equipment for firefighters.

Ladder 21

2001 Quality Fire Apparatus Second out fire engine to respond to all emergency incidents and some specialized rescue incidents. This 51’ vehicle provides Creston Fire Department with the ability to place water on fires from height. This makes firefighting safer and more effective.

Rescue 21

2000 International Amtech Rescue Equipped for all types of motor vehicle accidents and machinery rescue. Used for all motor vehicle incidents within the Creston Valley. This unit carries equipment to provide rope rescue capabilities when incidents are near roadways or involving a motor vehicle.

HazMat Trailer

21 Foot Forest River Utility Trailer Specialized equipment for hazardous materials spills. Used for providing equipment to contain hazardous material spills, and prevent spread into waterways and utilities. This truck aids environmental protection until the owner of the spilled product can have a cleanup crew attend the site.

Tender 21

2003 Sterling Fire Master Tanker Truck with a portable tank. Used for all rural fires where fire hydrant are not available, such as most of Erickson, Arrow Creek and the Creston Flats. This unit responds to fire regularly in Canyon and Wynndel to provide additional water support.

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why do we need an upgrade?

The Creston Fire Department’s current fire station was originally constructed as a grocery store over 60 years ago, before being converted into a fire station over 30 years ago.

Over the past 30 years there have been increases to staff numbers, equipment sizes, and services provisions; in addition to legislative and training requirement updates.

The building does not meet Post Disaster Standards.

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Main concerns with the existing Creston Firehall: • the building does not meet Post Disaster Standards • it is not seismically compliant with BC Building Code • there is no air exchange within this hall- meaning increased health risks • the apparatus bays have limited physical space, creating safety and operational hazards as the crew move through the space • there is limited parking - emergency responders require parking close to the hall for quick response time

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• fire separation between the apparatus bays and the remainder of the building is compromised with large penetrations for ducting • there is no separate storage for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which is a health hazard for firefighters. • there are not enough washroom facilities for firefighters - this represents a problem for decontamination and the health of both the firefighters and their families • Workspace BC and Occupational Health and Safety Regulations require safe handling of soiled PPE to protect workers - there are no facilities to handle this condition

10th avenue north

shared with ambulance pedestrian access

typical apparatus bay layout to accomodate 51’-0” Ladder truck

existing site - aerial

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Current industry standards require firefighter’s Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be stored separately and away from all other working and living areas.

As the fire service has evolved the size of equipment has increased. Clearances around the apparatus within the hall is key from a safety and quick response perspective.

Firefighter PPE that is stored in apparatus bays are subject to carbon contaminants from vehicle fumes. Firefighters then have to wear contaminated protective clothing with combustible residue on them.

There is simply no space for larger equipment at the Creston Fire Department.

There is limited storage in the firehall. All fire equipment requires a maintenance area so that equipment can be properly inspected, repaired, cleaned and disinfected as required.

The Creston Fire Department provides services to approximately 8000 residents, 5300 of which live in Creston. public meeting #2: november 29, 2016 johnston davidson architecture + planning inc.

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space program - building

volunteer association • air cadets • youth community program

training room to be for use by all groups so

FD: quarters • washrooms • dorms • lockers • day room

advantages of colocation

EOC spaces allow for room to store valuable supplies + municipal server in a post disaster structure

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storage back up server

• combined services make construction less expensive: sanitary, gas, hydro, storm and water. coshared space

training room

• makes this more economical to build as many of these spaces are not used full time by any other group.

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gear storage hose tower hose storage workshop SCBA

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• site planning: parking spaces can be shared by multiple groups.

4 coshared space offers opportunity for other community groups to have vehicle storage + office space

FD offices WEP work experience program

• shared spaces such as the training room, entry suite, apparatus bays and washrooms mean that spaces are built once not for each and every building.

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conference room

• having all groups under one roof is beneficial towards sharing information culture and protective services knowledge base.

fire department area designed to accommodate the fire department for 50 years +

entry zone allows outside groups to use to use community space without impacting fd activities or having access to emergecy equipment

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site and program comparison

program + site comparison

this board demonstrates the size of recently completed firehall projects throughout the province to give a comparison on what the Town of Creston is considering in realtion to other communities. • Creston Population 5,300 (2011) • Site sizes for site 2 and 4 are noted below.

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site size 2.6 acres

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site 11.65 acres

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qualicum beach firehall 2015

site size 1.6 acres

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site area 15,887 SM / 3.93 acres building area 1,674 SM - 18,018 SF population 8,687 51 parking spots with small training yard at rear of site

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site 3.93 acres

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site 3.75 acres

site 1.6 acres

central saanich firehall 2014 • • • • • •

site area 15,194.7 SM / 3.75 acres building area 1,983 SM - 21,346 SF 60 parking spots 7 public parking spots population 16,000 training yard with hose tower, burn pad, auto extrication area and pumper test pit • playground for public use

site size 0.47 acres

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site area 47,149.7 SM / 11.65 acres building footprint 1,444 SM 15,543 SF population 4,050 23 parking spots paved training yard with drive thru bays water collection tanks and site bioswale for storm water collection

site 2.6 acres

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gabriola firehall 2014

site 0.47 acres

osoyoos firehall • • • •

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site area 7,432 sqm. / 1.84 acres building area 1,402 sqm / 15,091 sf population 4,845 38 parking spots

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the 4 potential sites:

site for relocation are shown in context, but not listed in any particular order. Site 2: to the east of extra foods.

potential sites

Site 4: existing concrete structure at highway 3 and vancouver st.

site #4 current firehall

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site development options - comments please!

• Due to the fact that the site is an ideal shape and size, development options are very flexible with the focus of the design on ensuring safe exiting of emergency vehicles onto Cook Street. • This site would allow for an excellent separation of access of the arriving volunteer fire fighters, the Public and exiting Emergency vehicles.

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• The site is located within the services areas to meet required response times. • Good access to main arterial road system. • Site allows for drive though access by Emergency vehicles returning road from 16th and exiting on to Cook Street - good site flow with less wear and tear on the vehicles over time and is much safer than backing into the hall from the main street. • Site is relatively flat making design and construction less complicated. • Size: 2.6 acres - good site size allowing for separation of Public and Private keeping both fire fighters and visitors safe.

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• Exiting on to a relatively busy street. Traffic control would be needed to be considered as part of the design. • The site is not currently owned by the Town of Creston.

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Option 1

site #2

The firehall is sited centrally on the property with ideal vehicle egress and return routes defined for safe access for emergency vehicles, public vehicles and pedestrians. • Positions the building administrative quarters opposite to Extra Foods which is the more public side of the site. • A public plaza and pedestrian walkway is envisioned on the northwest side of the property to create a friendly community space. Additional green space is located on the northeast portion of the site for more public space, such as a small park. • Three public parking spaces are situated on-site to allow the public to fully park off-street. • Apparatus Bays are perpendicular to Cook Street for efficient 2-way egress, with a 21 metre apron, which will allow all emergency vehicles to fully leave the firehall without entering the street. • A dedicated return lane off 16th Avenue will allow returning emergency vehicles a single 30 metre turning radius for easy vehicle positioning into the drive-through bays, which reduces wear-and-tear on the trucks and tires. • Ample fire fighter parking with 51 parking spaces is ideal for training nights for both current and future needs. • Large on-site training yard and hose tower to allow fire fighters to train locally and keep their skills up to date. • The greatest unknown with this site are the soils conditions. The site was previously home to a saw mill with substantial saw dust and other similar organics making up a large portion of the land fill on-site. It is assumed site works for a new building will be both extensive and costly. It is recommended to engage a geotechnical consultant to perform exploratory engineering services to better understand the soils conditions.

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civil

stormwater management is the key for replacing much of the soft landscaping with paved surface and building. A perimeter bioswale would be ideal to provide a sustainable solution to this issue.

landscape

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the entire site would be able to have a green buffer between the new development and the surrounding areas. This could be planted with indigenous plants and be a demonstration garden.

Grading here is excellent - low slope across the site is ideal although we want to make sure that the building is positioned slightly above the street grade

we would like to re-establish / continue the pedestrian pathway around the site or even through the site as part of the landscape concept

electrical Site lighting here will be key to ensuring that the Fire Department can use the site effectively but not cause problems for the neighbours. The advantage here is that the neighbours are all industrial or commercial making that relationship much easier.

mechanical The management of the mechanical system is not really affected by this site. this is a large site which could allow for a horizontal geothermal field to be installed around the permiter perhaps within a bio-swale to catch the stormwater run off.

structural The unknown for us is the geotechnical status of teh site since this was part of the mill site originally this is an area which should be examined with caution.

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site development options - comments please!

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Development options on this site relate to the assessment of the existing structure. Post disaster buildings such as a firehall require specific and detailing have restrictions on the types of construction and the structurally detailing which make using existing structures challenging. The structure can be used for post disaster use with some additional strengthening of the roof beams to accommodate vehicle loading. The updated site analysis shown below outlines a more in depth review of the site and the pros and cons for developing this site. Option 1: Incorporate the existing structure into the development of the firehall.

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Option 2: Demolish the existing structure and redevelop the site to it’s maximum potential.

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• Uses an abandoned site eliminating the existing structure / eye sore in the community. • Good location and is not far from current firehall. • Good frontage along Vancouver street for emergency vehicle exiting. Return road could be from Pine Street allowing for drive through bays. Good site shape for fire fighter access. • Size: 1.6 acres. Reasonable site size.

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• Grade change at the rear of the site will require a retaining wall to be located along the south property line. The existing structure can not be used here as the full depth of the site is needed to ensure there is enough room for emergency vehicles to turn on site. • Hydro lines are located along Vancouver Street - these would need to be buried to ensure emergency vehiles can get out if the lines fell during a disaster. • Access from the Hwy 3 would require approval from ministry of Highways if required. • The site is not currently owned by the Town of Creston.

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Option 1A Keeping the most of the existing structure ( minus the hollow core slabs) and building a new retaining wall along the south side of the site so that the entire depth of the site can be utilized for easy access to the return bays.

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• Existing structure under the training yard will need to have additional structural work done to allow for vehicle traffic above. • Keeps the access to the underground parking providing the team with 21 - 25 underground parking spaces. • Uses the existing structure as a base for future development. • Improves the current abandoned structure and eye sore on main street of the community. • More work for the overall project to improve the existing structure but larger benefits for possible future uses. • Shape of existing structure restricts the ideal layout for the Fire Department due to position of apparatus bays • Parking must double as training area - significant loss of parking spaces during training nights.

Option 1B Demolishes the entire exiting structure on site and creates a new site from which to work. Demolition of the current structure on site is estimated to be in the neighborhood of $200,000.00 • Positions the building at the south west corner allowing for it to becomes a civic icon and replacing the current abandoned foundation wall. • position of the Firehall quarters allows public green space to be incorporated into the entry plaza. • Moving the building west provides additional room for parking along the western side keeping all staff parking together. • Training yard loosing some spaces but still has significant surface parking in the area to accommodate crews while training is in progress. This means less crews will take up less parking on the street. • Position of apparatus bays are located in better proximity to the remainder of the building. scan me!

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mechanical landscape

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creating a public green “ buffer � along northwest boulevard would dramatically change the vision of the street as one drives and walks along the street as they come into the downtown core.

The management of the mechanical system is not really affected by this site.

electrical

The site is not surrounded by trees or larger buildings which would make it ideal for solar powered thermal panels and energy production from photovoltaic panels.

hydro lines along Vancouver Street will need to be buried for access to the site from emergency vehicles.

Positioning of the building adjacent to the street allows us to remove the large retaining wall and use landscaping to our advantage here to help deal with the grade changes

The hole left by the demolished foundations may give us an opportunity for inexpensive geothermal heat source for heating and cooling the building.

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the site is not huge so ensure that storm water management can be handled appropriately is key. Road grades for the emergency vehciles heading west on Vancouver Street will be a key concern for us.

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removal of the entire existing structure makes the design of the post diaster elements more simple and giving us more options. Structural fill will likely be needed to adjust the grade from where the existing building is demolished.

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grade change along the rear property line places the building and training yard almost 8’ above adjacent properties - this makes exterior light more key as the down lighting becomes more challenging.

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