Save the date!
September 25-27, 2017
Sheraton Raleigh Hotel
421 S. Salisbury St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Registration opens soon.
H2M architects + engineers
Air Vacuum Corporation
Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects, P.C.
Fire Rescue TV
Hughes Group Architects
Manns Woodward Studios
Mitchell Associates Architects
Perlman Architects of Arizona
- ADW Architects
- Air Vacuum Corporation
- Armor-Tuff Flooring
- Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects, P.C.
- BKV Group
- Butler Human Services Furniture
- D.R. Reynolds Company, Inc.
- Galante Architecture Studio
- Groves, Inc./Ready Rack
- H2M architects + engineers
- Hormann High Performance Doors
- Hughes Group Architects
- KZF Design, Inc.
- Manns Woodward Studios
- Mitchell Associates Architects
- Perlman Architects of Arizona
- Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects
- United Financial
- Ward Diesel NO SMOKE
Save the Date: September 25-27, 2017
2017 Design Award Juror Search
If you are a person involved in the fire service with a degree in architecture, or related design field, have a passion for fire station design, and are interested in being a juror in a fire station design awards program, the Fire Industry Education Resource Organization (F.I.E.R.O.) would like to hear from you. Read more...
Online Hotel Reservations
Sheraton Raleigh Hotel online reservations are now open for the 2017 Fire Station Design Symposium. Act fast to secure a room at the symposium host hotel at a special rate. Guests can access the site to book, modify, or cancel a reservation from February 9, 2017 to August 23, 2017.
2017 F.I.E.R.O. Fire Station Symposium Call for Presentations
F.I.E.R.O., host of the premier fire station design conference in the country, is looking for cutting edge presentations for the 2017 symposium. We are looking for presenters and presentations that will help us create a conference that engages, challenges and educates the fire service in all things related to fire station design.
2016 Design Awards winners posted!
F.I.E.R.O. is pleased to announce the 2016 Design Award winners. We would like to thank all the fire departments and architects that submitted entries this year.
The next Fire Station Design Symposium is coming soon. Register now!
How can you build a fire station that's safe, functional, and productive while being a good steward of your community's resources? A fire station is such a key asset and such a big expense that it's wise to get expert guidance straight from the source.
That's how the F.I.E.R.O.(Fire Industry Education Resource Organization) Fire Station Design Symposium came to be.
It has been a hallmark of F.I.E.R.O. to hold programs developed and run by fire fighters. In 2000, F.I.E.R.O. saw a need to bring together fire service leaders, architects, and contractors from around the country to learn from each other about one of the industry's costliest investments and most cost-intensive resources.
That gathering turned into an annual Fire Station Design Symposium that is the best in the industry for many reasons:
- The country’s original fire station design conference features fire service personnel who know from experience the best path to take and the pitfalls to avoid.
- The symposium remains the premier place to prepare for building effective, safe, and cost-efficient fire stations that meet the needs of your firefighters and your community.
- The fire station design awards program, judged by fire service personnel who have architecture degrees, highlights the best examples of fire station design from the past year.
- You will become familiar with the process including: identifying your department’s needs, selecting an architect, planning and designing the project, health and safety considerations, getting community support, and more.
- You’ll make contacts with fire service and architecture professionals from around the country who can continue to be a resource after the symposium ends.
- Whether you’re preparing to build a new fire station or renovate an existing one, the F.I.E.R.O. Fire Station Design Symposium gives you the knowledge you need to make the best decisions for your department and community.