Built in 2009/2010, this building is constructed using insulated concrete forms (ICF) and is built to a post disaster recovery level. The building is heated with in-floor heating and has an 80 kilowatt emergency generator in the event of power failure. The building is a secure building with a state of the art "key-less" entry, security and fire alarm systems. Every room and office is wired with internet and cable as well as a Nortel telephone system. It is primarily divided into two sides and both sides are wheelchair accessible, including washrooms.
The operational section of the Bridgetown Fire Hall is a 5 Bay (3 front doors, 2 rear doors) design which includes gear lockers, storage rooms, and offices. It is complete with a vehicle exhaust removal system and houses the electrical & mechanical rooms. The operational side has more than enough space for all 6 vehicles to be parked with space enough for firefighters to work safely. The firefighter club room is part of the operational side and can be found between the operational and public side of the building. Firefighters are able to go here to unwind after a call, meeting or training. The club room provides access to a kitchenette, television and an internet access computer.
The public side is accessible from the north side of the building, Off the main entrance you will find a cloakroom and the door leading into the Donald Kaulbach Community Room. The community room measures 30ft x 50ft and can accommodate 125 persons seated comfortably. There is a canteen/bar on the south side of the room complete with a storage room for tables and chairs. A commercial grade kitchen off the main room allows for preparation & clean-up of meals during larger events. The community room is air conditioned in the summer and an in house sound system, wireless microphone and Wi-Fi are also available.