The City of Frisco Fire Station No. 9 and Public Safety Training Center project involved the new construction of a two full- and one half-bay fire station, a single-story classroom building, and a four-story fire training structure. The fire station features drive through bay access, a mechanical mezzanine, a day room, a workout room, offices, an IBC 2015 safe room, showers, and 12 dorm rooms including officer’s quarters. It implements the latest technologies for cancer prevention, including a hot zone/cold zone design concept and a vehicle exhaust point of capture system. The Public Safety Training Center building features 2,700 square feet of indoor and outdoor classrooms, a break room, and an equipment room. The four-story fire training structure features a Class “A” burn room, live fire training props, and repelling deck. The site portion of the Training Center includes confined space/trench rescue props, a vehicle extraction pad, and a 300-foot by 600-foot driving pad. The fire station was constructed on a concrete foundation with a steel structural frame, a masonry veneer exterior, and a standing seam metal roof. The training center buildings were constructed of concrete masonry block walls and polychloride roofs.