Holts Summit Fire Stations 1 and 2

Project Description

Holts Summit, Missouri

Project Type:
Public Safety Facility, Emergency Services

Station No. 1 – 9,625 sq. ft.; Station No. 2 – 2,800 sq. ft.

Construction Cost:
Station No. 1 – $1.23 million; Station No. 2 – $323,858

Completed: Station No. 1 – August 2009; Station No. 2 – Fall, 2008

Facility Highlights:

  • Station No. 1
    • Two-story
    • Living quarters with 6 dorms
    • Apparatus bays
    • Training room
    • New overhead doors
    • New fans
    • Kitchen
    • Bathrooms
    • Living room
    • 8 new offices
  • Station No. 2
    • Three apparatus bays
    • Office
    • Restroom facilities.
  • The expanded Holts Summit Fire Protection District building now encompasses 9,625 square feet with 6 apparatus bays.
  • Holts Summit Fire Protection District Auxiliary Station No.

The expanded Holts Summit Fire Protection District building, encompassing 9,625 square feet with 6 apparatus bays, is used for public education meetings, training, administrative work and department meetings. The fire station has two floors with living quarters, apparatus bays, and a training room. The 2,800 square foot existing bays were updated with a new metal exterior, new overhead doors, and new fans. The living quarters have 6 dorms, a kitchen, baths, and a living room. There are a total of 8 new offices in the addition.

Fire Station No. 2 is a new three-bay fire station to house apparatus, an office, and toilet facilities. Like Station No. 1, the building is wood framed construction with metal wall panels and metal roofs.