The structural complexes used to train first responders must accommodate a wide range of theoretical and practical learning. From classroom spaces to built-to-burn assemblies to buildings within buildings, these special structures must embody cutting-edge designs to be able to be pushed to the extremes by their users.
Public safety training facilities — those complexes at which first responders are trained — must serve many purposes. They are the locations at which recruits are first trained to control fires or stop active shooters and at which veteran safety personnel further hone their specialized skills. They must accommodate theoretical and practical
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