The facility for the fire and rescue service is part of the airport Cerklje ob Krki. The building is defined by 46x26m footprint.

Client: Ministry of Defense of Republic of Slovenia
location: Cerklje ob Krki
building area: 2434 m2
program: infrastructure
project date: 2008
status: 2021 built

Airport Cerklje ob Krki by Damjan bradač arhitekt - Sheet2
©Damjan bradač arhitekt

Building is divided into an operational – functional part and the residential – living quarters of the building are located.

Airport Cerklje ob Krki by Damjan bradač arhitekt - Sheet3
©Damjan bradač arhitekt

The facility has a garage for 10 fire fighting vehicles. The garage is designed as a walk-through and enables the organization of a so-called fire train scheme.

©Damjan bradač arhitekt

The special feature of the building is the control room, which in is the case of this building raised to the upper floor, for providing  a surveillance over the runway.


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