Word spreads fast in these parts, particularly between the brotherhood of volunteer firemen. This works to our benefit, because we’ve designed and built many fire stations over the years. Take this 16,000 sq. ft. facility near Fuquay-Varina, NC, which replaced an outgrown fire station across the street.
Fire Chief Chris Prince and his committee visited stations across the state to examine our work. They learned first-hand about our unique expertise in handling all aspects of building large-scale community facilities and our track record with emergency management staff.
We designed the new facility with 12 apparatus bays for the trucks and other emergency vehicles – built as double bays to accommodate 6 trucks on either side, all with overhead doors. Currently an all-volunteer fire department, the building is designed to accommodate future full-time staff with everything from dormitory rooms to a training center. As a result, the fire station has become a focal point for community pride.
16,000 sq ft
Fire & Rescue