The City of Boonville teamed with PWArchitects to produce a Feasibility Study for the expansion of Boonville Fire Station Number 1 in order to serve the growing needs of the quickly expanding community.
This 3-bay, 7,900 square foot, LEED Siver certified fire station provides for the comfort of up to 8 firefighters per shift with a kitchen, dining room, living room, firefighter bunk room, men and women bath facilities, officer quarters, laundry room, exercise room, watch room, and a patio.
This 7,700 square foot drive-through apparatus station was the beginning of something new for the Columbia Fire Department. A prototype station that meets the current and future needs of the community, Station No. 8 anchors the southeast region of the City of Columbia.
The Lake of the Woods Fire Station, best exemplifies the firm’s philosophy in small Fire Station design. Within it’s 7,654 square feet of enclosed space, you will find all the required functions for a station of this size including four bays for vehicular apparatus.
Midway Fire Station 9 kicked off the expansion of the Boone County Fire District. Completed in the summer of 2001 this station added 4 new apparatus bays and a residential living area that contains 8 sleeping rooms and a community room for use by the fire fighters and the general public.