A wide view of the outdoor facilities at the GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute.

Mississauga

GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute

Client

Greater Toronto Airports Authority

Budget

$14 Million

Size

30,000 sf.

Completed

March 2007

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Judicial, Correctional, and Fire

LEED

Public and Government

Architect

Kleinfeldt Mychajlowycz Architects Inc.

The GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute (FESTI) is a 30,000 square foot training facility located in Mississauga, Ontario. Unique to this facility, construction included a concrete burn building, a five storey rescue tower and a confined space building. This project is LEED® Silver Certified.

View of modern hallway within the GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute.

The FESTI facility is used for aircraft rescue firefighting, ARFF re-certification, HAZMAT awareness, command and control and basic fire recruit and extinguishing training programs.

View of five-storey training facility at the GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute.
A view of an angled exterior wall at the GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute.

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