Langley City Fire-Rescue Service

3 Double

Apparatus Bays



18,000 sq.ft.

Surface Area


Delivery Method

Project Highlights

  • Project Size: 18,000 square feet
  • Project Location: Langley, BC
  • Construction Type: New Construction
  • Delivery Method: Design Build
  • Client: City of Langley
  • Feature: Truck Museum, Fire Pole

Project Description

This 18,000 square Foot fire Hall was designed and built to facilitate fire and rescue services
for the city of Langley. The clean, functional design boasts well in the surrounding commercial context and provides the City of Langley with a local training center that will be used for decades.

Project Features

  • Main floor administration
  • 3-double apparatus bays
  • Wood frame, concrete, and steel structure
  • Brick and metal cladding
  • Post disaster structure
  • Training tower/ hose tower
  • On-site training grounds
  • Training room with operable wall divider
  • Career fire (includes complete kitchen, eating area, dormitory)

“Liberty was instrumental in professionally advising us on technical decisions and guiding the project timeline to its completion. We were more than satisfied with their expertise, reporting, and mediaton skills that one would expect of a Project Management team.”

Jim McGregor, (Retired) Fire Chief, Langley City Fire-Rescue Service

“Liberty’s staff was very professional and provided the conduit between the owner and contractors for all things related to the successful construction of our fire hall, which was on time and budget.”

Cliff GittensCGA, City Manager