Station 69 was built in 1981 and had operational and safety deficiencies. Seismic upgrades reinforced this facility, ensuring emergency response following a major earthquake and compliance with state law and local building codes. The scope of the project included a building addition, interior remodel with provisions for female firefighters, and installation of an interior sprinkler system.
Open House Celebration
Cooper Mountain Station 69 officially re-opened on October 4, 2017. The community helped us celebrate during an Open House on Saturday, November 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Neighbors toured the seismically upgraded station, met firefighters, and participated in fun, family-friendly activities during the event. TVF&R is grateful for the support of neighbors while Station 69 underwent a voluntary seismic upgrade.
Station 69 is located at the top of Cooper Mountain in the southwest portion of Beaverton. Its service area includes single- and multi-family housing, commercial structures, and large areas of forest and agricultural land. With the recent extension of the Urban Growth Boundary, both residential and commercial development is expected to increase in this area.
Construction and Project Highlights
Station 69's seismic remodel is complete. Firefighters returned and moved back into the station on October 4.
The contractor is working through the final punch list items, and the crew anticipates moving back into the station on October 4. TVF&R staff submitted the final close-out package documentation to the grant administrator.
Landscaping around the station continues. Contractors painted parking spaces and worked on the fitness room.
Station 69 is continuing to take shape and nearing completion. Contractors and the architect will go through the final punch list with TVF&R representatives overseeing the project during the week of August 14. Once the crew returns to its newly seismically upgraded Station 69, contractors will begin demobilization of the temporary station, where firefighters have been operating out of during construction.
Concrete work on the site continues. Meanwhile, contractors installed new office furniture and the new range.
Building exterior and site work continues. Meanwhile, contractors are nearly finished with work inside the station.
Cooper Mountain Station 69 continues to take shape as seen in the view of the building from the southwest corner. Refrigerators for all three shifts are installed, and the new sewer lift station is in place.
Contractors are working on exterior and interior finishes as well as mechanical, electrical and plumbing trim out. Casework installation also continues.
Contractors are nearly finished with metal panel installation on the exterior of the building. Kitchen cabinets and plumbing fixtures are in place, carpet is installed, and interior doors are hung.
Building exterior and interior finish work is ongoing. Contractors also continue casework installation as well as mechanical, electrical and plumbing trim out.
Exterior brick work is complete, and windows are in place. Contractors have installed epoxy flooring and completed tile work in the showers.
Construction remains on schedule for Station 69. The tent has been removed from the building, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough-in work is nearing completion. Contractors are installing aluminum storefront windows and doors.
Neighbors can now monitor the progress of exterior work again as the tent no longer covers the building. Meanwhile, mechanical rough-in work continues inside Station 69.
Work crews are nearly finished with the roof, and the tent will be taken down in the next couple weeks. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in is 95 percent complete. Installation of the exterior weather barrier is also nearing completion. Aluminum storefront windows and doors are being installed.
The site superintendent took a photo while work continues under the tent. Rigid insulation is being installed, and mechanical rough-in work is ongoing.
All framing and seismic work at Station 69 is complete. Roof work was scheduled to begin the week of February 27. Exterior weather-proofing started with brick veneer installation to follow. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in work is ongoing. Exposed ceiling joists and Tongue and Groove decking in the kitchen and fitness room is complete.
Photos show the exposed ceiling joists and Tongue and Groove roofing in the station's fitness room and kitchen. Mechanical rough-in work continues. Roof sheathing is installed and roof material is stocked. The building tent allows work to continue.
Work crews completed framing of the exterior wall for the station's new addition. The bunkroom slab is poured, and walls are framed. Interior wall framing in the existing living quarters and seismic strapping at the existing roof are also complete. Roof framing in the building addition is nearly finished. Crews are preparing to install a tent to allow for roofing material and weather barrier installation.
The apparatus bay now has a new heating system. PGE technicians install a new electrical meter. Framework for the west wall of the kitchen continues. Snow and ice presented challenges this month on site.
Work crews continue framing the exterior wall of the addition and will soon start framing the roof. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough in and interior wall framing continues. Meanwhile, the bunk room slab is poured and walls are framed; seismic strapping at the existing roof is complete; and the interior wall framing in the existing living quarters is complete
Work crews have framed in the east wall of the bunk room of the new addition. The interior south wall for the office area is taking shape.
Crews have poured the exterior patio wall and bunkroom slab. The fire line is installed, and the apron pour backs are complete. Interior wall framing in the existing living quarters and joists and decking in the addition are also complete. Seismic strapping at the existing roof is nearly complete, and exterior framing of the addition is underway.
Rebar and form liners are installed in the concrete forms for the new patio's exterior wall. Work crews frame the interior walls in the existing living quarters while new floor sheathing is installed.
Work crews poured the concrete stem walls for the addition and completed the seismic work, framing and roofing for the apparatus bay roof. Blocking in the existing living quarters is nearly complete, and new sheathing is going on. Installation of the columns for the canopy is in progress. When that is complete, the last of the seismic strapping will be installed on the roof. The retention pond has also been excavated and is functioning with a jute in place for erosion control.
Retaining and enclosure walls are in place. The interior walls are being framed in the eastern portion of the existing living quarters. Seismic modifications continue in the existing living quarters.
Retaining and enclosure walls on the site are complete. Footings for the addition are complete, and stem walls are being formed. Seismic work on the apparatus bay roof and in the crawl space are also complete. Seismic work in the living quarter's roof is progressing.
Workers complete site retaining and enclosure walls on the site. Work crews complete footings for the addition and form stem walls.
Seismic upgrades and site work is in progress at Station 69.
Workers place concrete at a new retaining wall for the generator enclosure. The retaining wall was created to provide better access to the apparatus bay. Additional blocking is installed in the station's roof framing as part of the seismic reinforcement work.
Interior demolition continues at Station 69.
Work crews excavated a portion of the hillside to expand the drive lane on the site. Interior work continues to progress.
Construction on the site has begun.
Demolition work on the exterior and interior of the building is in progress.
Firefighters are now responding to calls from their temporary quarters. Building permits for the remodel have been issued.
Temporary Station 69 construction and installation is complete.
Sub-contractor bidding is complete, and construction is expected to begin in May.
Site permits for temporary Station 69 have been obtained, and site work is underway.
Site permits for temporary Station 69 have been obtained, and site work has started.
The artist's rendering above shows what the proposed station remodel will look like from the outside.
Sub-contractor bid documents have been issued. Depending on permit approval dates, the contractor now plans to begin construction in April with a target completion of the project in July or August 2017.
The plans and project specifications have been submitted for permit. The project team continues its work on bid documents. The contractor plans to mobilize in March, pending permit approval.
Plans are 90 percent complete. The Board of Directors approved a lease agreement with Tualatin Valley Water District to place a temporary station and apparatus shelter at its property on Kemmer Road. Crews are expected to move to the temporary site in late February 2016 or early March 2016. They will provide service from the temporary location while the existing station is seismically upgraded.
The team is working on bid documents. The construction manager/general contractor guaranteed maximum price will be presented to the Board of Directors for approval at the December board meeting.
The project team submitted plans and specifications for permit.
The project team continues to work on developing construction documents for Station 69. The plans and specifications are 80 percent complete. District staff members have reached an agreement with Tualatin Valley Water District to use its property on Kemmer Road to site a temporary station while the existing building is remodeled.
District staff members are in discussions with property owners for the use their site for establishing temporary housing for firefighters while Station 69 is being remodeled. The project team continues to work through design development plans.
The project team has completed 60 percent of the design development phase of the project. The seismic upgrades and remodel of the station are expected to be completed in spring 2017.
The project team continued to work through the design development phase of seismic upgrades and the station remodel.
A land-use application for Station 69 has been submitted. The target completion date is in spring 2017.
With approval of the schematic designs, a project team has moved into the design development phase of seismic upgrades and the remodel of Station 69.
A project team has started to prepare for design development of seismic upgrades and the remodel of Station 69. The project is expected to be completed in spring 2017. This is one of three District projects that have received awards from the Seismic Rehabilitation Grant Program.