The Fire Station

The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) housed an engine, ladder, and battalion chief in an older station that had cramped and outdated quarters on the northern edge of he Bronx, and wanted to renovate the structure and expand the building to house a battalion chief's apparatus bay as well as to provide an adequate size space for the three elements to function well.
The Fire Station

This Washington, D.C. station was designed in 1935 for Engine 16, and is one of the first buildings commissioned by the District of Columbia. The building is three stories with a partial basement. Fire equipment and common spaces were on the first floor, living quarters on the second floor, and the “Fire and Police Clinic”...
The Fire Station

The approximately 10,500-square foot structure comprises 11 nondrive-through apparatus bays, each double deep to accommodate two ambulances, and outfitted with vehicle exhaust systems.