Harrisburg Fire Station #3

Harrisburg, NC
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Square Footage

14,500 SF

Project Description

The Harrisburg Fire Station #3 also houses the Cabarrus County EMS Station 10, and serves the rapidly growing suburb of Charlotte.  The station includes two-drive-through bays, a decontamination room, a commercial-grade kitchen, private patio, individual showers, and dorm-styles bedrooms to accommodate up to ten fire and EMS personnel.  It also has two day-rooms – one for firefighters and one for EMS personnel.

The facility is designed to last fifty plus years, and can expand to add bays or sleep rooms as needed.  The floorplan is easily adaptable to other site conditions, which allows the City to use Fire Station #3 as a prototype for future fire and EMS stations.

This partnership between the County EMS and the City of Harrisburg Fire Department allows for better fiscal management, while improved response times for the local residents.

This project utilized the Construction Manager at Risk design and construction method.  Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects worked side-by-side with DR Reynolds to complete this showcase project.

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Square Footage

14,500 SF

Project Description

The Harrisburg Fire Station #3 also houses the Cabarrus County EMS Station 10, and serves the rapidly growing suburb of Charlotte.  The station includes two-drive-through bays, a decontamination room, a commercial-grade kitchen, private patio, individual showers, and dorm-styles bedrooms to accommodate up to ten fire and EMS personnel.  It also has two day-rooms – one for firefighters and one for EMS personnel.

The facility is designed to last fifty plus years, and can expand to add bays or sleep rooms as needed.  The floorplan is easily adaptable to other site conditions, which allows the City to use Fire Station #3 as a prototype for future fire and EMS stations.

This partnership between the County EMS and the City of Harrisburg Fire Department allows for better fiscal management, while improved response times for the local residents.

This project utilized the Construction Manager at Risk design and construction method.  Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects worked side-by-side with DR Reynolds to complete this showcase project.

Our Involvement

Architect of Record