2015 Fire Station Design Awards Program
In conjunction with the Fire Station Design Symposium, the Fire Industry Education Resource Organization (F.I.E.R.O.) will once again stage its annual Fire Station Design Awards program to recognize excellence in fire station design and construction or related fire facilities design and construction. The awards program is open to design firms and fire departments that have brought a fire facility on-line during the last six years or have a project “on-the-boards” that has not yet been approved for construction by the funding agency. Awards will also be given for outstanding examples of fire station additions and/or renovations as well as for deactivated fire stations adapted for reuse and purpose.
For Award Program details, submission requirements and deadlines, please download and print the 2015 Design Awards Program Description.
2015 Design Award Winners
Congratulation to all of the Design Award recipients for 2015. We would like to thank all of the fire departments and architects that submitted entries. Please take time to look at all of the award winners below.
Stewart Cooper Newell Architects | Danville Public Safety Facility
MSA Architects | Cincinnati Fire Station 35
BKV Group | Rochester Fire Station No. 2
Manns Woodward Studios in association with Stewart Cooper Newell, Architects | Chester County Public Safety Training Center
LEA Architects | Sedona Fire District Station 6
Perlman Architects of Arizona | Richland Fire Station No. 74
Perlman Architects of Arizona | Buckeye Valley Fire District Fire Station No. 326
LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects | Fairfax County Fire Rescue Station 10 - Bailey's Crossroad Volunteer Fire Station
BRW Architects | Houston Fire/EMS station No. 84
BRW Architects | Dallas Fire Station No. 32
Stewart Cooper Newell Architects | Conway Public Safety Facility
Johnson Davidson Architecture + Planning | Qualicum Beach Firehall
K-A Studio | Bellechasse VFD Central Station
K-A Studio | Bellechasse VFD Myrtle Grove Station
McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture | Private Crash/Rescue Fire Station
H2M architects + engineers | Lehighton Fire Station - Infill addition & Renovation