Homewood Fire Station

8” thick cast in place concrete ceilings and poured solid block help the building withstand extreme weather conditions.

Project Overview

The City of Homewood challenged us with building a state-of–art fire station on a site that once served as their maintenance yard. We saw the opportunity for reuse and gladly accepted.

The new facility houses 4 bays capable of storing 8 department vehicles. There are 11 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a living area, a commercial kitchen, and training/meeting rooms. It also includes an underground tank to store hazardous chemicals, and a 20,000-gallon underground cistern for rainwater storage. The water trapped is used to prime the fire equipment for training and for irrigation. The building was designed using LEED Standards.