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Seattle (WA) Fire Department Stations 28 and 38

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Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 28

Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects designed Fire Station 28 for Seattle Fire Department as a two-story station totaling 14,000 square feet that earned a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Award, and a FIERO (Fire Industry Education Resource Organization) Honor Award. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

02 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 28

Seattle Fire Station 28 has three double deep apparatus bays that currently house an aerial ladder, an engine, and a medic response unit. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

03 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 28 PPE Room

Station 28 has a separate turnout gear storage room to keep any contamination from turnouts away from firehouse living spaces. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

04 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 28 “Beanery”

The roomy kitchen at Station 28 is called a beanery in Seattle Fire Department parlance. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

05 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 38

Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects designed Seattle's Fire Station 38 as a two-story station on a former brown field site that had to be remediated. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

06 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 38 Apparatus Bays

Seattle Station 38 has two apparatus bays, one of which is a drive through, that currently accommodate one engine. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

07 / 08

Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 38 “Beanery”

The kitchen, known as the beanery, at Station 38 handles the needs of four firefighters and one officer at the station. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.

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Seattle (WA) Fire Department Station 38

Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects’ design of Station 38 earned a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Award, and a FIERO (Fire Industry Education Resource Organization) Honor Award. Photo courtesy of Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects.