Central Mine Rescue Station in Bytom

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Central Mine Rescue Station in Bytom


The design of an Emergency and Rescue Station for the Central Mine Rescue Base. The first and second floor house the technical parts of the building, including garages for the salvage trucks, storage rooms and workshop facilities for maintaining the breathing apparatus. The third floor consists of offices, changing rooms, dining facilities and sleeping quarters for rescuers. There is also a big conference room on this floor.


  • Building area: 915,4 m2
  • Usable area : 1 816,1 m2
  • Volume: 5 722,5 m3


Completed in July 2014.

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