Fire Station 2

This new fire station replaces a sixty-year old station in the heart of Missoula. The building’s design and scale strive to integrate the facility into the surrounding neighborhood while incorporating durable materials that ensure the building’s longevity. The facility’s day room, kitchen, sleeping rooms, offices, and exercise room are designed to meet the specific needs of the staff and the new drive-thru truck bays allow for a fast, safe response to emergencies. The station also has state of the art, solar hot water and photovoltaic power generation systems, which have produced significant energy savings.

This new fire station replaces a sixty-year old station in the heart of Missoula. The building’s design and scale strive to integrate the facility into the surrounding neighborhood while incorporating durable materials that ensure the building’s longevity. The facility’s day room, kitchen, sleeping rooms, offices, and exercise room are designed to meet the specific needs of the staff and the new drive-thru truck bays allow for a fast, safe response to emergencies. The station also has state of the art, solar hot water and photovoltaic power generation systems, which have produced significant energy savings.

This new fire station replaces a sixty-year old station in the heart of Missoula. The building’s design and scale strive to integrate the facility into the surrounding neighborhood while incorporating durable materials that ensure the building’s longevity. The facility’s day room, kitchen, sleeping rooms, offices, and exercise room are designed to meet the specific needs of the staff and the new drive-thru truck bays allow for a fast, safe response to emergencies. The station also has state of the art, solar hot water and photovoltaic power generation systems, which have produced significant energy savings.

AT A GLANCE
Location: Missoula, Montana
Project Size: 8,100 s.f.
Construction Completed: 2008