Hendersonville Fire Station #2 / Hendersonville, NC

FS-3

The Details

This project consists of a new 12,000 square foot 3-bay fire station. The building is a single-story building that includes conference rooms, offices, a kitchen, and dormitory spaces. The structural system consists of steel beams and girders bearing on masonry walls, supporting Tectum roofing in the apparatus room. The residential side roof framing is wood trusses bearing on metal stud walls. The lateral system consists of masonry shear walls and metal stud shear walls. Large skylights provide natural light into the administrative and conference room spaces. The project also includes an internal mezzanine to conceal and support mechanical equipment. The mezzanine also provides and elevated space for training for the fire department.

Client

ADW Architects

Start Date

2012

Completion Date

2014

Construction Cost

$2.7 Million

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