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Disaster City is a place unlike any other in the world. The entire $6.2 million dollar, 52-acre training facility has been designed to deliver the full array of skills and techniques needed by today's emergency response professionals. Located adjacent to the world-renown Brayton Fire Training Field, this mini-city has been designed to simulate various levels of disaster and collapse. Filled with real collapsible structures, this state-of-the-art training center features a wide array of infrastructure. The $3.2 million Emergency Operations Training Center (EOTC) provides 14,000 square feet of classrooms and a computerized, state-of-the-art training simulation center. The EOTC optically links active, constructive and virtual simulations, including direct links to active response in Disaster City and other training venues within the complex.

Area Disaster City Sparks Worldwide Interest

These facilities have generated interest around the globe. Among those who have utilized these unique training facilities are:

  • State, Federal, and International Urban Search & Rescue Teams
  • Municipal, Industrial, and Volunteer Firefighters
  • Military
  • Law Enforcement
  • Public Works

    Building Collapse
    Emergency Operations Training Center
    Technical Skills Training Area
    Transportation Disaster Training Area