Teton County Emergency Operations Center



 

Teton County Emergency Operations Center


Jackson Hole, Wyoming
JRCA Architects was selected by the Teton County Wyoming to provide Programming and Design Services for the construction of
the Teton County Emergency Operation Center and Training Facility. The EOC maintains redundant power and communication systems
compliant with National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Standards The facility was designed to accommodate up to 60 people during
24 hour/Continuous operations. Located at the base of the Teton Mountain in Western Wyoming, the facility was designed withstand
Seismic, Wind and Severe Winter Conditions associated with this mountain region.

The facility includes:

  • Emergency Operations Center (Configurable as a Multi-Purpose County Training Center)

  • Back-up County Emergency Communications Center

  • Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services (RACES)

  • Kitchen / Break Room

  • Quiet (Decompression) Room

  • Locker Rooms / Showers

  • Administrative Board Room

  • Emergency Management Offices


Project Area 4,300 S.F.
Completed 2009