CR architecture + design

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Fire/ Crash Rescue Station

The Highlights

Project Type: Engineering

Location: Dayton, OH

Size: 42,000- sf

Services Used:

Architecture
Design Build
Engineering
Interior Architecture
Planning

Markets:

Federal


Awards

2005 Honor Award for Conceptual Design, Air Force Materiel Command
2006 Honor Award for Completed Construction, Air Force Materiel Command

Designed to meet federal program requirements

Completed in 2006, this station serves fire- crash for flight line and fire-rescue for the land side of the base and is configured for maximum turning radius for responding to crash vehicles. The facility accommodates three shifts of fire rescue personnel and includes 21 individual dormitories fire department administration offices, a kitchen, a dayroom, training room, emergency dispatch room, and quarter master supply. The seven bay apparatus facility is positioned on the site for maximum turning radius. The building materials and systems of the facility respond to the program requirements, design objectives and budget considerations, and were key to meeting the tight construction schedule and fast-track approach for the project.

This design-build project was completed in partnership with Messer Construction and Burgess & Niple.