MARSOC Fire Station
Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC
The single-story MARSOC Fire Station supports all units in the Stone Bay area of the Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. The facility reduces fire and rescue response times necessary to save lives. The building has three drive-thru bays for apparatus, and other fire fighting support spaces, including storage for equipment and required emergency response supplies.
In addition, the Station provides dormitory space, kitchen, dining facilities, physical fitness, TV dayroom, toilets and showers for the fire fighters as well as office, classroom training facilities, and dispatch/control room. An NMCI room accommodates computer servers and telecom equipment. Electrical systems include fire alarm, mass notification, an emergency generator, information systems, public address system, building alarm system, CCTV, stereo surround system, and a radio signal antennae.
LEED certified, the mechanical system for the MARSOC Fire Station includes an air-to-air energy recovery system to reduce heating and cooling energy consumption. The HVAC system was designed to have a high level of user controllability to provide a comfortable living environment for the fire fighters.
CLIENT NAVFAC MID-ATLANTIC / SIZE 14,306 SF / COMPLETION 2009 / COST $6,755,030