McDonough-Whitlow, P.C. was the prime consultant responsible for civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering and architectural services for the demolition of an existing structure and construction of a new 5,500 square foot ambulance building including four vehicle bays, offices, classroom and living areas, and parking areas for employees and visitors. Architectural services were provided by Eggemeyer and Associates Architects, Inc. The facility was designed as an essential facility. The building was of concrete block bearing walls in the garage area with light gauge metal studs and stone veneer for the office area. The roof structure consisted of wood trusses and the foundation was shallow spread footings. The mechanical system was natural gas forced air in the office with infrared tube heater in the vehicle storage area. Electrical work included provisions for 911 communications and an emergency generator system.
Hillsboro Area Ambulance Services
Eggemeyer Associates Architects