T&T Construction Management Group Inc. Awarded Orange County Fire Rescue Training Facility, Published in Firehouse Magazine
In an article published on 11/6 in Firehouse Magazine, T&T Construction Management Group was highlighted for being awarded the contract for the concrete and tilt-up scope of work at the Orange County Fire Rescue Training Facility in Orlando, FL. The piece overviews the scope of the project, our collaboration with KMF Architects and Mulligan Constructors Inc, and the impact this work will have in protecting the community and supporting the fire station team.
“We are proud to be working on a project that has such a meaningful impact on our community and supports and trains our firefighters and medics,” said Rebecca Thomas, T&T Construction Management’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our team is working diligently to meet our client’s goals; we use modern construction techniques to ensure high-quality and long-lasting results that are delivered on time and within budget.”
The training facility includes an education center with classrooms, administrative offices, locker rooms and mock fire station apparatus bays. The rest of the campus is supported by multi-story drill and burn towers, pavilions, a 2/2 testing center, a collapse building and a trench training area.
“KMF’s vision aims to provide our fire and rescue personnel with a unique facility they can be proud of,” said Eric Kleinsteuber, AIA, Design Director and Partner at KMF Architects. “Our firm is always looking for the best design solutions to any program question, and we have solved that for Orange County Fire Rescue.”
“We admire our first responders and the sacrifice they make each day in our communities; we hope this training facility serves them well for many years to come,” added T&T Business Development Manager Ryan McDavid. “We are proud to be chosen to work with Mulligan, KMF Architects and Orange County. This project will be challenging and rewarding for everyone involved.”
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