Fire Stations

Rubb can provide permanent, temporary or relocatable membrane-covered fire stations with flexible design options engineered to perform as well as traditional construction.

Cost effective, customised, and flexible fire station solutions

Rubb’s membrane tensioned fire stations offer municipalities a variety of apparatus bay design options. Rubb structures are configured to meet the needs of an active firehouse including wash bays, an open truss design which can support hanging mechanical equipment, energy efficient lighting, and climate control systems. Rubb is also able to design the structure to accommodate most high-speed door systems and exhaust devices.

Rubb firehouses can be provided with highly efficient Thermohall® insulated cladding, our market-leading insulation system which has been proven highly effective in extreme environments; both hot and cold.

Low maintenance and costs

Our high-quality membrane materials and post-production galvanized welded frames deliver durability over time, making the cost of maintaining Rubb firehouses more economical compared to conventional structures.

Energy-efficient roof membranes

Translucent membranes allow natural daylight to illuminate the salt storage space while the white roof surface reflects heat. Optional Thermohall® insulation minimises heat transfer, prevents condensation and virtually eliminates thermal bridging and air infiltration.

Multiple door options

Knowing that reliable door operations is critical in all EMS environments, Rubb works with many entry system providers to offers a variety of options. Doors can be designed to suit all opening requirements.

Rapid construction, installation and relocation

Rubb firehouses and public safety buildings can be quickly erected, dismantled and relocated due to module pre-fabrication. Rubb can provide site supervisors or fully dedicated construction teams to complete any custom project.

Flexible and cost-efficient foundation systems

Rubb firehouses can accommodate numerous foundation options. Rubb co-ordination with the site  contractor is key for the client to reach the most cost-effective solution that meets your unique needs.

Reduced time on-site

Our established supply chain streamlines coordination of delivery and installation. Prefabricated elements and the ability to construct our buildings regardless of weather conditions speeds up the construction process.

Comprehensive long-term service

Rubb personnel are on hand to provide help and support, from initial contact to quotation, installation and beyond. Rubb’s commitment to customer service continues after project completion and forms the basis for long-term customer satisfaction.

Fire Station Structure Types

Rubb can provide custom designed fire stations in a variety of configurations and sizes to suit your specific requirements.

Rubb BVR Structure

BVR

The BVR features rectangular leg and roof box sections. This takes up less space and provides more overall internal clearance. This design is a popular choice for bulk storage buildings.

Rubb BVE Structure type

BVE Structure (Lattice Leg)

BVE structures feature lattice frame sidewalls and can be designed with single or multiple lattice roof pitches. Span widths start from 20m to 40m, by any length.

BVE Structure (Column Leg)

BVE structures feature lattice or column frame sidewalls and can be designed with single or multiple lattice roof pitches. Span widths start from 20m to 40m, by any length.

Rubb BVC Structure Type

BVC

The BVC is designed with a vertical column leg and a lattice frame roof. This structure type offers a large clear internal area. 40m to 100m width spans are available.

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