Lincoln County Fire District No.1, Emergency Response Cente

Location: Lincoln County, WA: Horrocks provided funding and design assistance on the site development and design of a 11,482 square-foot Emergency Response Center that provides first response and ambulance services to all fires, accidents, or medical emergencies that happen within 200 square miles of Lincoln County, including the City of Sprague and 17 miles of Interstate 90. This building features a large community meeting and training room, 10 emergency apparatus bays, 12 sleeping bunks, fitness area, kitchen, offices, citizen safe area, and additional support spaces arranged to maximize the most efficient use of space while providing controlled access and critical line of site views to the exterior approaches. Concrete and steel construction materials were chosen for durability, economy, and local availability. With a unique two-

story configuration, the Emergency Response Center utilizes the complicated site by separating parking and approach areas according to use and minimizing the need for cut and fill operations. This design attribute allowed more of the limited budget to be spent on the building and less on the site development. Horrocks performed the construction management and ensured close out met the requirements of all funding sources and passed federal and state audits.