Initial Design Requirements: Re-design exterior of current prototype, 3-bay fire station to blend with the surrounding neighborhood, including gated community to the north.
Special Building Features: Construction of this two-story, 3-bay fire station used tilt-up concrete panels for reduced construction time and lower cost.
For our first fire station for the City of Jacksonville, we re-designed the exterior of the 3-bay prototype to blend in with the surrounding neighborhood; designed to be durable and easy to maintain while incorporating an aesthetically pleasing appearance. Tilt-up concrete panels were used to reduce construction time and lower costs.
Site design included a gated rear access to the Queen's Harbor development to reduce response time to this gated community.
Fire Station No. 58
Client: City of Jacksonville
Completion Date: Dec. 2005
Construction Cost: $1,270,000
Location: Jacksonville, FL