Oslo Municipality Fire Station
The solution was to build a temporary fire station at Eikenga to cover the Bryn Fire Station catchment area. The fabric clad structure was constructed in February and is already in use. After the main station is complete in 2023, the Eikenga fire station will be demobilised.
This Rubb hall measures 34m wide x 34m long and includes six doors in the front gable, each measuring 4m wide x 5m high. The temporary fire station building can accommodate five fire engines and a washing/cleaning area. There is also a gym and washing facilities for staff.
Rubb AS and Renthall’s flexible rental building solutions have proven to be the perfect fit for the fire service’s needs.
Rubb AS and Renthall completed this project in collaboration with Thorendahl as the main contractor. This relationship will continue throughout 2020, with Rubb and RentHall providing another temporary fire station for property management company Omsorgsbygg. This will be at Suhms Gate in Oslo.
We were faced with a real challenge to establish both a main station and central fire station, while simultaneously safeguarding the fire service’s capabilities and capacity in Oslo City.
CEO, Omsorgsbygg Tore Fredriksen