DP3 Architects built this 16,000-square-foot Headquarters Station No. 1 for the Clear Spring (SC) Fire Rescue District.
A fire station differs from any other structure in that it must be staffed 24 hours a day and all the facilities and equipment in the building must be ready for immediate use.
Indianapolis (IN) Fire Department (IFD) Chief Ernest Malone recently unveiled "Project Washout," a comprehensive, in-house, fire gear maintenance, management, and repair program.
Fire Department of New York's (FDNY) Rescue Company 2 is working out of a 21,414-square-foot state-of-the-art station in Brooklyn that was designed chiefly with training in mind as well as housing the apparatus and firefighters assigned to the company.
LeMay Erickson Willcox designed this eight-bay fire and EMS station for Willingboro (NJ) Fire and EMS.
The 17-page report provides data on what the cost would be across the nation to remedy five identified shortcomings.
COVID-19 has definitely caused us to change how we look at our stations.
These stations are all built of brick with tile roofs and are located in the residential section of the city. All of them except two are considered one-piece stations constructed to house one piece of fire apparatus and one company of from five to seven members.
Perlman Architects of Arizona built this 16,248-square-foot, two-story station for Sun City (AZ) Fire and Medical Department.
In the construction of the two Fort Worth Fire Stations described in this article, the architects, Wyatt C. Hedrick, Inc., have not strictly adhered to any set school, but rather have chosen the best and most suitable part for the purposes intended. The buildings consist of a Fire Department headquarters and a Fire Alarm Signal Station, both located at Texas and Cherry Streets.