Emergency Services: Police, EMS and Fire


 York Regional Police cruiser Halton Hills EMS ambulance City of Hamilton Fire Truck

SPH has completed a variety of accessible design reviews and facility accessibility audits for diverse clients representing emergency services including police, investigative support, EMS and Fire facilities. Recent project experience and highlights include:

  • York Regional Police: On behalf of Capital Projects, conducted an accessible design compliance review of their Investigative / Support Services (ISSF) Facility. The ISSF accommodates growing operations and specialized police requirements, consisting of approximately 210,000 SF. The ISSF was designed by Parkin Architects.

  • Regional Municipality of York: Conducted accessible design compliance reviews for the Region's EMS Operations & Administration Facility, consisting of approximately 67,000 SF. Designed by GRC Architects in joint venture with DIALOG. 

  • Town of Halton Hills: Conducted accessible design compliance reviews for two facilities: (1) Georgetown South Fire Headquarters; and (2) Georgetown Central Fire / EMS Station (both facilities approximately 15,000 SF each). Program for Fire/EMS services included offices, meeting space, male and female staff facilities, public washrooms, equipment storage, and vehicle bays. Both facilities were designed by Thomas Brown Architects.

  • Town of Richmond Hill: Conducted comprehensive facility accessibility audits of five (5) Fire Halls as part of a larger portfolio, with diverse sizes, program areas and age of construction. 

Clients / Client Groups:

City of Hamilton Fire DepartmentCity of Toronto logo   City of Hamilton logoOPP logoTown of Caledon logo     York Regional Police logo    Town of Halton Hills logo     Town of Richmond Hill logo     York Region logo    Infrastructure Ontario logo

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