The Fire Station

Gallery: Station Design Styles

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Station Design Styles

Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was design consultant for this station built for Bruton (VA) Volunteer Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.)

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Manhattan (KS) Fire Department had Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects as design consultant for this contemporary style fire station. (Photo courtesy of Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.)

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Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was design consultant for a contemporary style station built for Evergreen (MT) Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.)

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This station designed by Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects for First Landing (VA) Fire and EMS is a modern interpretation of a historic U.S. Coast Guard station. (Photo courtesy of Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.)

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Mitchell Associates Architects designed this traditional style fire station for East Putnam (CT) Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Mitchell Associates Architects.)

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This station, evoking a traditional fire station design from the 1900s, was designed by Mitchell Associates Architects for Peekskill (NY) Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Mitchell Associates Architects.)

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Midway (NY) Fire Department had Mitchell Associates Architects design and build its new station in a contemporary style. (Photo courtesy of Mitchell Associates Architects.)

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Mitchell Associates Architects designed and built a new station in a contemporary style for Yonkers (NY) Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Mitchell Associates Architects.)

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Richmond (VA) Department of Fire and Emergency Services had Hughes Group Architects build its new Station 17 in a traditional style. (Photo courtesy of Hughes Group Architects.)

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Station 40 of the Fairfax County (VA) Fire Rescue Department shows a modern, contemporary design done by Hughes Group Architects. (Photo courtesy of Hughes Group Architects.)

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Hughes Group Architects designed and built Station 3 for Arlington County (VA) Fire Rescue Department in a traditional style. (Photos courtesy of Hughes Group Architects.)

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The Moorefield Public Safety Center for the Loudon County (VA) Fire and Rescue designed and built by Hughes Group Architects embodies both traditional and contemporary style elements. (Photos courtesy of Hughes Group Architects.)

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Phoenix (AZ) Fire Department Station 72, designed by HDA Architects, is done in a contemporary style. (Photo courtesy of Phoenix Fire Department.)

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LEA Architects designed and built Station 59 for Phoenix (AZ) Fire Department in a contemporary style. (Photo courtesy of Phoenix Fire Department.)

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Arrington Watkins Architects designed Station 56 for Phoenix (AZ) Fire Department in a traditional Tuscan villa style to conform to the neighborhood it serves. (Photo courtesy of Arrington Watkins Architects.)

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Mitchell Associates Architects designed and built a new station in a contemporary style for Yonkers (NY) Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of Arrington Watkins Architects.)

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Arrington Watkins Architects designed Station 104 in an industrial style for North County (AZ) Fire and Medical District. (Photo courtesy of Arrington Watkins Architects.)