Beulah Park Station

MFS Station Photo - Beulah Park


In 2002, planning and site investigation commenced for a new fire station at Beulah Park to meet the growing needs for emergency cover and to enhance emergency service delivery to Beulah Park, Norwood and surrounding eastern and inner north eastern suburbs.

Beulah Park Fire Station replaces the 40 year old Glynde Fire Station. 

The first foundation slab was poured in April 2007 and the external building was completed (to lock up) in November 2007, with internal fitout commencing in December 2007.

The crew and fire appliance have been operational at the Beulah Park Fire Station since 2 April 2008.

In line with State Government energy efficiency targets, Beulah Park Fire Station has been designed to incorporate significant 'green initiatives'. These include a 12kW photo Voltaic solar panel system (which directly feeds power into the electricity supply grid), a solar hot water system, low maintenance building materials and the use of natural light and ventilation.

The facility also features a water recycling system.

The quality of the design has enabled the asset life to be extended from the previous 40 years to the new 50 year MFS asset life standard. This will result in significant long term savings to the community.

The Beulah Park Fire Station is regarded as one of best designed buildings of its type in Australia.

Address:

Beulah Park Fire Station
319 The Parade
BEULAH PARK SA 5067

In an emergency phone: 000
For administrative enquiries please phone: 8204 3600