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Transcript of fire station
LOCATION : SEATTLE , WA`
ARCHITECTES : SCHACHT ASLANI ARCHITECTES
PRINCIPAL ARCHITECTES : WALTER SCHACHT
ASSOCIATE - IN- CHARGE : ERIC AMAN
JOB CAPTAIN : PETER LAW history of the fire station sections facads To meet current earthquake safety standards and accommodate today’s modern equipment and firefighting operations, the formerly single-story Fire Station 30 would have required significant work. As a result, a replacement of the station was planned on the existing site. the plans of fire station ZONING OF SOME FIRE STATION ` how to design fire station planing and layout SIZE DETERMINANTS. Needs Validation Assessment.
Conduct a Needs Validation Assessment to
determine the class and required capacity in
terms of personnel and vehicles of the new
or renovated station. Maintenance and Apparatus.
This includes the Apparatus Room which houses the firefighting vehicles and the supporting maintenance spaces. The maintenance spaces include both vehicle maintenance and storage and equipment maintenance and storage (fire extinguishers, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), protective clothing, hoses, firefighting agents, etc.) Administration and Training. :
This includes the appropriate offices,
training spaces, dispatch areas, administrative areas, Residential and Living:
This includes the on-duty firefighters’ bedrooms,
toilets/showers, kitchen/dining, recreation, and
“living room” areas. ` SPACE PROGRAM. Apparatus Bays.
The apparatus bays are sized based on the class of truck to be housed. See Table 2-2 for a list of common truck types. These types have been classified as follows in order to standardize the size criteria: Critical Dimensions. To understand how the
numbers in the interactive worksheet are
calculated, there are several critical
dimensions that must be understood. Types of Spaces
Station functional spaces fall into three main
categories: Total Area.
The space program developed through the use of the interactive worksheet serves as a guideline for the Fire Station planning team and generally represents the maximum space allowed. The final space program for a new Fire Station will need to be carefully determined by Installation representatives and the appropriate program office. LOCATION DETERMINANTS. Access/Response Time:
The most critical determinant for the location of a Fire Station is response time. In addition to response time, consider access to the station by delivery vehicles, staff, and visitors. Consider that direct access and response time may conflict with tightening antiterrorism (AT) criteria—ensure that trucks will not have to cross access control points to reach a target structure or flightline. Facility site should be prominent and easily visible from the target areas (structures or flightlines). Size:
Ensure adequate site space is available to accommodate the firefighting vehicular turning radii, personnel parking, visitor parking, storage requirements, and reserve vehicles (if applicable). Sustainable Design. The location of a facility can have a significant impact on achieving sustainable design rating points. Consider issues such as brownfield redevelopment, access to public transportation, and reuse of existing paving and hardscape when selecting a site. COST:
Facilities should be designed with the objective of achieving the lowest life cycle cost over a 30-year period. To do so, the project’s design program must adequately define the scope and performance requirements and match those needs against a budget. Conversely, the budget must adequately support an appropriate and high quality program and performance requirements. Illustrative Diagrams. medium truck small truck large truck ` The civic scale of Fire Station 30 marks the transition between the commercial activity of Rainier Avenue and the residential Mt. Baker neighborhood. The scale and material presence of the two‐story building make it an anchor along historic Mt. Baker Boulevard. The highly transparent street façade allows passersby to view activity within. At night, the illuminated building becomes a beacon of the Seattle Fire Department’s presence within and commitment to its community. The station relates to nearby civic buildings while maintaining its own unique quality. Wrapped in a folded plane of copper skin, its program is revealed through a series of pulls and reliefs in this fabric. Opaque apparatus bay doors within the transparent curtain wall are juxtaposed with the fritted station signage to create civic identity and a clear public presence. The station accommodates both the work regimen and the human comfort needs of its inhabitants. The compact plan and simple form of the building optimize its operational efficiency. Room adjacencies support a place for firefighters to work, relax, rebound and enjoy the camaraderie of station life. The fire station is constructed in a liquefaction zone. Poor soils required that a lightweight wood frame and sheet metal skin be placed atop an elevated structural slab supported by an augercast pile system. A geothermal pump system services living and office areas, reducing energy operating costs. Material finishes and products were selected based on their sustainability in terms of content, cost and maintenance requirements design by :
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