Fayetteville Fire Stations

Fayetteville, NC
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Square Footage

17,615 SF (Station No. 14) 10,449 SF (Station No. 15) 10,449 SF (Station No. 19)

Project Description

Station 14: This station was designed and built on a fast-track schedule as requested by the City and Fire Department at the start of the project.  Contracts were signed in October 2004, design was completed in January 2005 and construction was completed by October 2005, just 12 months after the project was awarded to Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.

The three-bay facility includes a bunk room for full-time firefighters, dorm rooms for students (see below), offices, a dayroom and a large training room. In addition, many spaces for future training opportunities were designed into the station’s footprint.  The station also hosts an instructional
program in Fire Science for high school students, Fayetteville Technical Community College students and
Fayetteville State University students (undergraduate level).

Station No. 14 serves the Fayetteville State University Campus as well as adjacent residential communities and commercial properties.

In 2014, SCNA prepared the design for renovating 5,500 SF of interior living space, to house the Fire Department’s Administrative Offices.

Station 19: This 2-bay station houses a single engine company with four assigned firefighters.  Located across from Pine Forest Senior High School, Station 19 was built as part of a commercial park development on the outskirts of the city.  The building utilizes the Stewart-Cooper-Newell prototype design previously developed for Fayetteville and built as Station 15, and incorporates a number of sustainable design elements.

The colors and material selections from the prototype were modified, here, to conform to the requirements of the surrounding commercial park.  The facility includes drive-through apparatus bays, command offices, a dayroom and kitchen, a large training space, six bunk rooms, a tool room, a decon room and a covered patio.

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Square Footage

17,615 SF (Station No. 14) 10,449 SF (Station No. 15) 10,449 SF (Station No. 19)

Project Description

Station 14: This station was designed and built on a fast-track schedule as requested by the City and Fire Department at the start of the project.  Contracts were signed in October 2004, design was completed in January 2005 and construction was completed by October 2005, just 12 months after the project was awarded to Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects.

The three-bay facility includes a bunk room for full-time firefighters, dorm rooms for students (see below), offices, a dayroom and a large training room. In addition, many spaces for future training opportunities were designed into the station’s footprint.  The station also hosts an instructional
program in Fire Science for high school students, Fayetteville Technical Community College students and
Fayetteville State University students (undergraduate level).

Station No. 14 serves the Fayetteville State University Campus as well as adjacent residential communities and commercial properties.

In 2014, SCNA prepared the design for renovating 5,500 SF of interior living space, to house the Fire Department’s Administrative Offices.

Station 19: This 2-bay station houses a single engine company with four assigned firefighters.  Located across from Pine Forest Senior High School, Station 19 was built as part of a commercial park development on the outskirts of the city.  The building utilizes the Stewart-Cooper-Newell prototype design previously developed for Fayetteville and built as Station 15, and incorporates a number of sustainable design elements.

The colors and material selections from the prototype were modified, here, to conform to the requirements of the surrounding commercial park.  The facility includes drive-through apparatus bays, command offices, a dayroom and kitchen, a large training space, six bunk rooms, a tool room, a decon room and a covered patio.

Our Involvement

Architect of Record