Hampton Fire Station 11

Hampton, VA
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Square Footage

14,500 SF

Project Description

The City of Hampton selected the local firm ACA Architects and Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects to design their first new fire station in almost 25 years. Serving the city’s northwest quadrant, the facility includes three drive-through apparatus bays (this was reduced from the original scope of four bays, during design), six individual sleep rooms, and a large Emergency Operations Center (EOC) / training room.

This station is certified LEED Silver.

The EOC training room is designed to be used in conjunction with a future, 911/311/EOC facility that will eventually be constructed on a site adjacent to the new Fire Station. ACA Architects and Stewart-Cooper-Newell were originally awarded the 911/311/EOC Facility design as well; however, the City of Hampton chose to move that facility into a future project phase.

The City leaders requested that this station be designed with the aesthetic in mind of Stewart-Cooper-Newell’s design of a prototype Hilton Head Island Fire Station. (That project, completed in 2003, had received a Gold Award from Fire Chief Magazine’s annual Station Style competition.)

The structure of Station 11 has also been designed for hurricane resistance.

Our Involvement

Programming and Schematic Design Consulting Public Safety Architect
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Square Footage

14,500 SF

Project Description

The City of Hampton selected the local firm ACA Architects and Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects to design their first new fire station in almost 25 years. Serving the city’s northwest quadrant, the facility includes three drive-through apparatus bays (this was reduced from the original scope of four bays, during design), six individual sleep rooms, and a large Emergency Operations Center (EOC) / training room.

This station is certified LEED Silver.

The EOC training room is designed to be used in conjunction with a future, 911/311/EOC facility that will eventually be constructed on a site adjacent to the new Fire Station. ACA Architects and Stewart-Cooper-Newell were originally awarded the 911/311/EOC Facility design as well; however, the City of Hampton chose to move that facility into a future project phase.

The City leaders requested that this station be designed with the aesthetic in mind of Stewart-Cooper-Newell’s design of a prototype Hilton Head Island Fire Station. (That project, completed in 2003, had received a Gold Award from Fire Chief Magazine’s annual Station Style competition.)

The structure of Station 11 has also been designed for hurricane resistance.

Our Involvement

Programming and Schematic Design Consulting Public Safety Architect