Rice Fergus Miller Wins Training Center

Bremerton, WA- Rice Fergus Miller has been selected to design a multi-jurisdictional

training facility for fi re and law enforcement personnel in Snohomish County.

Snohomish County Fire District 7, Woodinville Fire & Life Safety (King County Fire

District 36), the Cities of Everett and Lynnwood and the Snohomish County Sherriff

have teamed together to construct a Regional Emergency Response Training Center.

The training campus will include Class A & B burn props, live-fi re drill towers, confi

ned space props, administration offices, classroom space, emergency vehicle driving,

and other training and support spaces. The approximately $25 million project

will kick off with a master plan effort in August for the 50-acre site.

Rice Fergus Miller teamed with Elliott, LeBoeuf & McElwain, a Virginia engineering

firm specializing in fi re and police training centers. Both fi rms are well-known in

the industry through their published articles and regular speaking engagements at

national conferences regarding the design of emergency facilities.

Located in downtown Bremerton, Rice Fergus Miller provides architecture, interior

design and planning services. The firm can be reached at