Boyle Construction

Boyle Construction

Project Profile

Upper Macungie Township Emergency Services Building

UPPER MACUNGIE TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA

Client
Upper Macungie Township
Consultants
LB&W Design Associates
Keystone Consulting Engineers
Liberty Engineering
Services
Construction Management
Final Cost
$1,450,000
Project Completion Date
2008

Project Description

Boyle provided construction management services for a new Upper Macungie Emergency Services Building. The facility was designed to house ambulances and fire trucks and provide space for Emergency Management Services (EMS) staff and volunteer firefighters.

The building offers a 7,690 SF first floor with a 770 SF mezzanine over the vehicle garage area, for a total of 8,460 SF. The facility’s program includes men’s and women’s toilet rooms with shower facilities, a training lounge with a kitchen, an EMS office and equipment room, a fire company office and gear room, and a three-bay garage with an EMS bay and two apparatus bays. The garage area also features a hose equipment storage room and fire company storage room along with a utility room. The mezzanine space above the garage offers storage area and an equipment platform.

[Please note that Upper Macungie Township is now served by Cetronia Ambulance Corps, and the Upper Macungie Township Emergency Services Building serves as Station 56 and is shared with the Upper Macungie Township Fire Station.]