Spreydon Fire Station

Post-earthquakes, the New Zealand Fire Service embarked on reconstructing a number of fire stations around Christchurch.

This project in Addington involved deconstructing the existing fire station, before building the new Spreydon Fire Station, which comprises two appliance bays with rear entries and front exits, operational decontamination wash and storage areas, transitional showers and PPE storage spaces, five single bedrooms, with provision for a sixth, and appropriate ablutions, gym, kitchen and lounge, operations room, quite room, meeting room and accessible ablutions. 

The secure yard provides off-street staff car parking and appliance wash facilities, with appropriate interceptor traps for the treatment of run off.

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Key project facts and awards

Client: New Zealand Fire Service
Commenced: August 2016
Completed: September 2017

Key project facts and awards

Client: New Zealand Fire Service
Commenced: August 2016
Completed: September 2017