Orange County EMS

Orange County, NC
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10,021 SF

Project Description

Orange County needed a strategic plan for their current and future EMS Facilities throughout the county. The County currently has no stand-alone EMS stations. Traditionally, their EMS stations have been co-located with fire departments or in county buildings refurbished to function as EMS stations. Given the diverse distribution of population, the County needed to design at multiple models for EMS Stations that could ensure cost effectiveness and operational efficiency. Orange County is looking to design three different prototypes; stand-alone EMS station, EMS addition to existing fire station, co-located EMS station in a non-emergency services facility.

Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was chosen to program and design the Orange County EMS prototypes.

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10,021 SF

Project Description

Orange County needed a strategic plan for their current and future EMS Facilities throughout the county. The County currently has no stand-alone EMS stations. Traditionally, their EMS stations have been co-located with fire departments or in county buildings refurbished to function as EMS stations. Given the diverse distribution of population, the County needed to design at multiple models for EMS Stations that could ensure cost effectiveness and operational efficiency. Orange County is looking to design three different prototypes; stand-alone EMS station, EMS addition to existing fire station, co-located EMS station in a non-emergency services facility.

Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was chosen to program and design the Orange County EMS prototypes.

Our Involvement

Architect of Record