Jamestown Fire Station
Location: Jamestown, Rhode Island
Client: Town of Jamestown
Date of Completion: In Construction Phase
Area: Est. 8,000 square feet addition & 3,740 sq ft Renovations
11,710 Total Square Feet
Working closely with the Fire Chief and EMS division we have successfully created a Fire/EMS complex to aid in the integration of all disciplines under one roof.
We have accomplished this by renovating a portion of the existing fire station to allow for the EMS division to have their own secure space with overnight stay bunks, upgraded restroom facilities with showers a day room and secure storage.
The new addition includes a main entrance and lobby, fire apparatus bays, fire chief and deputy chiefs offices, training room, exercise room, day room and elevator. This addition creates a presence on Narragansett Avenue with a designated main entrance. It also allows for standard size fire apparatus avoiding the need for costly custom equipment purchases in the future. By freeing up space within the existing apparatus bays we were able to house the EMS rescue and ALS vehicles being relocated from the existing EMS annex.
This project has been exciting from the start. With close involvement from the Fire and EMS Departments as well as the Town we have been able to make quick decisions to meet all of our deadlines while ensuring that the new facility design will serve the Town of Jamestown for many years into the future.