The 22,900-square-foot Anderson Creek Emergency Services facility is located on Overhills Road in Spring Lake, N.C.
Officials at Anderson Creek learned of Bobbitt’s work through Northwest Harnett Volunteer Fire Department, a station located in the same county in which Bobbitt built a 16,000-square-foot facility in 2004. Planned growth at Fort Bragg resulted in plans to widen Ray Road in front of the current Anderson Creek station to the point of rendering the building unusable.
“Bobbitt worked with us to provide a site plan and building design that met our needs and budget,” said Chief Robert Wilson.
The new Anderson Creek station features seven drive-thru bays, a wash bay, eight dorm rooms, a sheriff’s office and EMS facility.
Anderson Creek Emergency Services was chartered in 1972 and provides fire and EMS protection to the citizens of the Anderson Creek community. Additionally, it responds to mutual aid requests from surrounding departments, as well as first-in EMS response to parts of the Flat Branch and Spout Springs communities.
Spring Lake, N.C.
22,900 sq ft
Fire & Rescue