Following the completion of a feasibility study, CSArch designed a new two-story building phased for continued operation of the existing appartus bays. The Good Will Fire District replaced their existing fire house with a new 11,629 sf facility located on the same site.
To improve operational efficiencies and add much-needed firematic support, the new station features four expansive apparatus bays.
CSArch completed a feasibility study evaluating the fire station’s ability to meet present and future needs of the department. Working with the Board, the findings identified options ranging from major renovations to the existing buildings, to construction of a new facility on the existing site.
After evaluation of the options provided in the study which included construction costs, scheduling differences and the need for temporary facilities, the option for a new two-story building phased for continued operation of the existing apparatus bays was selected. In 2015, residents approved the vote by a 67/2 vote to construct the new $4 million station.
Fire Station, Administrative Space, Lounge Space, Enhanced Technology, Site and Infrastructure Improvements