Civic + Institutional, CONCEPT DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, Daniel Woodside, DINING, Edwin Anker, FEASABILITY STUDY, FIRE STATION, Kevin Schaefer, MEP ENGINEERING, WORKPLACE
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North Greenbush Fire District #1 Defreestville, NY

New Fire Station

After more than 20 years of planning for a new fire station for the growing town of North Greenbush, New York, the Defreestville Fire Department realized its vision for a new facility during the summer of 2016.

The Fire District’s building committee selected CSArch for architecture, engineering, and construction management services to deliver a turn-key facility with no down time and a seamless transfer of fire prevention and fighting services to the new station. The new state-of-the-art fire station features five apparatus bays, including two drive-through bays. The overhead doors were designed to allow maximum visibility for the community as well as provide necessary natural light within the bays. Radiant floor heating throughout the apparatus space allows the vehicles to remain warm and maximizes the efficiency of the station.

The second floor mezzanine space provides the district with indoor training and drill spaces, as well as equipment maintenance and storage areas. Also included are offices, training rooms, locker rooms, a member’s room, and a community meeting hall with a commercial kitchen on the administrative side of the building. The project site was selected to provide better parking and room for future expansion.

The new station is a technologically advanced facility that incorporates 10,500 square feet of firematic space, 2,000 square feet of office space, and 2,600 square feet of meeting and training rooms.

In-house services include Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, and Interior Design.

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