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Brandon Firehall No. 1 Gallery

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Brandon (Canada) Fire Hall No. 1

Cibinel Architecture Ltd. designed and built the Brandon Fire Hall No 1 for Brandon (CAN) Fire and Emergency Services in a two-wing format brought together by a public entry and landscaped plaza. (Photo courtesy of Cibinel Architecture Ltd.)

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Brandon (Canada) Fire Hall No. 1

The apparatus bay half of the 30,000-square foot Brandon Fire Hall No. 1 has five double deep bays on the first floor, with a kitchen, alarm room, turnout gear room, SCBA room, generator and storage rooms also on the first floor. (Photo courtesy of Cibinel Architecture Ltd.)

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Brandon (Canada) Fire Hall No. 1

Brandon's fire chief insisted on lots of natural light in the new station, with all administrative offices having outside windows, as well as interior glass walls to share natural light with the rest of the station. (Photo courtesy of Cibinel Architecture Ltd.)

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Brandon (Canada) Fire Hall No. 1

The entrance to the new station is expansive, echoing the open space of the landscaped plaza outside the entry. (Photo courtesy of Cibinel Architecture Ltd.)

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Brandon (Canada) Fire Hall No. 1

One of the design features that Cibinel Architecture built into Brandon Fire Hall No. 1 was a fire museum (right of photo) showcasing a 1922 Seagrave pumper and other artifacts from the early days of the department. (Photo courtesy of Cibinel Architecture Ltd.)