A town carved out of the rainforest by the returning World War One Soldier Settlers to become a district centre for Cane Farming. From the fire station built circa 1960 and original town bakery each demolished to make away for the new station. We salvaged beautiful locally fired bricks for on sale into the residential renovation supply chain. The new Fire Station with the best of modern standards El Arish fireries have an extensively serviced purpose-built facility able to hold two engines with epoxy floors and air-conditioned offices. The facility also expands during Natural Disaster's to become a regional hub of State Emergency Services as a standalone facility. The site has its own septic waste system and trenches for disposal of treated water. It has been a pleasure for Field Construct to design and construct this station in conjunction with Julianne McAlloon Architects and a privilege to have now built our seventh station for the Department of Emergency Services.
This design and construct project was delivered in conjunction with Julianne McAlloon Architects.
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